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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 



Department of Music 



PrumU 



MUSIC 

PROGRAMS 

1984-85 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

» 

Presents 

HOLLY BROWN, piano 
Student of Paul Pollei 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, September 6, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in E-fLat Major, 
Hob. XVI/28 



Franz Joseph Haydn 
(1732-1809) 



Allegro moderato 

Menuet 

Presto 



Petite Suite 



Bdla Bartdk 
(1881-1945) 



Slow Tune 
Whirling Dance 
Quasi Pizzicato 
Ruthenian Dance 
Bagpipes 



Concerto No 
op. 15. 



1 in C Major, 



Ludwig van Beethoven 
(1770-1827) 



Allegro con brio 



INTERMISSION 



Three Preludes (1938) Kent Kennan 

(1913- ) 

Allegro scherzando 

Lento, nello stile di un Chorale 

Allegro con fuoco 



Estampes Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 

Pagodes 

Soiree dans Grenade 

Jardins sous la pluie 



Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, op. 18 Sergey Rakhmaninov 

(1873-1943) 

Mode r at o 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

WILLIAM MAY, classical guitar 



in 



FACULTY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, September 11, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Melancholy Galliard John Dowland 

(1563-1626) 

The King of Denmark ' s Galliard John Dowland 

Come Heavy Sleep John Dowland 

Queen Elizabeth's Galliard John Dowland 

* * * 

Introduction et Variations sur 

Marlbrough s'en va-t-en guerre, 

op . 28 Fernando Sor 

(1778-1839) 

* * * 

Lute Suite in A Minor, BWV 995 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Prelude: Presto 

Allemande 

Courante 

Sarabande 

Gavotte I 

Gavotte en rondeau 

Gigue 

* * * 
Catalonian Song Arr. Jack Marshall 

Three Venezuelan Waltzes Antonio Lauro 

(1917- ) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Performing Arts Series 
Presents 



UTAH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

Joseph Silverstein, music director 
Charles Ketcham, associate conductor 



Joseph Silverstein, conductor and soloist 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, September 12, 1984 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Romance No. 1 in G Major 

for Violin and Orchestra, op. 50 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 



Concerto in D Major 

for Violin and Orchestra, op. 61 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro ma non troppo 

Larghetto 

Rondo 



INTERMISSION 



Music for Orchestra Leon Kirchner 

(1919- ) 



Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, op. 28 Richard Strauss 

(1864-1949) 



Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, op. 28 

"Once upon a time," Strauss seems to be saying in the opening bars of this tone poem, "there 
lived a clever rascal named Till Eulenspiegel." And it is not long after this introduction that Till 
"bobs up" in a sly phrase of the clarinet that effectively establishes his personality. 

Our hero is a wickedly mischievous fellow much given to practical jokes. Somehow he always 
manages to come out ahead. Legend has it that he existed in medieval times and was supposed to 
be a wandering mechanic. He is the hero of an old Volksbuch of the fifteenth century attributed 
to Dr. Thomas Murner (1475-1530). 

Strauss has offered no program for this composition, nor has he ever authorized the publication 
of a "story" or program for it. He has, however, tolerated some explanations. Here is one version: 
Till Eulenspiegel rides his horse through a crowded market place, scattering housewives, merchants, 
and goods in every direction; he disguises himself as a member of the clergy or a dandy, or an 
ordinary respectable citizen, and, while so disguised perpetrates his most annoying mischiefs — some 
of them too nasty for description; he also makes love to the village maidens. Eventually he is 
caught, tried, and (in Strauss's musical version) hanged. It is interesting to note that in the 
legend, Till escapes even the gallows by a clever ruse. 

However, there is no doubt in the music of Strauss that the old rogue met his doom on the 
gibbet. The music ends as it began, with the same storybook atmosphere. Strauss seems to be 
concluding with "and that is the end of our story of that old rascal Till." 



After the first performance of the work at Cologne on November 5, 1895, Dr. Franz Wullner, 
conductor of the orchestra, asked the composer for an explanatory program of the "poetical intent" 
of the piece. Strauss replied: "It is impossible for me to furnish a program to Eulenspiegel; were 
I to put into words the thoughts which its several incidents suggest to me, they would seldom 
suffice, and they might gi\e rise to offense. Let me leave it, therefore, to my hearers to crack the 
hard nut which the Rogue has prepared for them. By way of helping them to a better under- 
standing it seems sufficient to point out the two Eulenspiegel motives, which, in the most manifold 
disguises, moods and situations, pervade the whole up to the catastrophe, when, after he has been 
condemned to death, Till is strung up to the gibbet. For the rest, let them guess at the musical 
joke which a Rogue has offered them. 

Few composers can ranke with Richard Strauss as a story-teller. He is unexcelled when it 
comes to detailed musical description, not only in the musical content as such, but in his clever, 
brilliant, glittering orchestration. It the words of Huneker: "No other [living] master has his 
stride, his stature ... As the great narrator in modern prose is Gustave Flaubert, so Richard Strauss 
is the greatest musical narrator. ..." 



him with a vile pun on his 'clemency' towards the poor composer. The score assigns four staves 
to the violin solo, in order to leave room for alterations; and in many places all the four staves 
have been filled. The violinist whose criticism Beethoven took so much pains to meet produced 
(or, as he perhaps called it, 'created') the concerto under conditions of his own making that were 
not considered unusal in those days. 

"The first movement was played in the first part of the program, the slow movement and 
the finale in the second part. Among the items which took place between these divisions was a 
sonata of Clement's own composing to be played on one string with the violin upside down. Then 
came a young violinist (Joseph Joachim) of very different calibre, who became perhaps as in- 
separably identified with the Beethoven Concerto as any player can be identified with a great work. 
Joachim's cadenzas earn the right to be treated as integral parts of the composition, instead of as 
necessary evils. 

"One might be inclined to say off-hand that the most mysterious stroke of genius in the whole 
work is the famous opening with five strokes of the drum which introduces the peculiarly radiant 
first subject on the woodwind; but in truth there is still more mystery in the astounding D-sharp 
which follows the second strain. ..." 

Music for Orchestra 

Kirchner was born in Brooklyn of Russian-Jewish parents. They moved to the West Coast 
when Leon was a boy. He recalls Los Angeles during the Thirties ". . . [having] become a vortex 
of musical activity. A concert was an event; the balconies served as the meeting place for the young 
and ambitious talents of the city." He studied piano as a child and composed some pieces in his 
teens. He deferred to his parents' wishes to pursue a medical career and began his pre-med 
training. But with Schoenberg's arrival in Los Angeles in the late thirties, Kirchner abandoned a 
medical career and enrolled at UCLA to study with Schoenberg, exile from Hitler's Third Reich 
and one of the 20th century's pillars. 

With such diverse, towering mentors as Bloch, Sessions, and Schoenberg, it is little wonder 
that Kirchner has emerged in the last two decades among America's foremost composers. 

Copland has said: "Kirchner's best pages are charged with an emotional impact and explosive 
power that is almost frightening in intensity." 

Kirchner himself writes: "An artist must create a personal cosmos, a verdant world in con- 
tinuity with tradition, further fulfilling man's 'awareness,' his 'degree of consciousness,' and 
bringing new subtilization, vision, and beauty to the elements of experience." 

****** 

Kirchner's most important early compositions are the Piano Sonata (1948) and the String 
Quartet No. 1 (1949) dedicated to Roger Sessions. Accessible to the amateur is Kirchner's Little 
Suite for Solo Piano (1949). There are also two songs to texts of Walt Whitman. His Sinfonia 
(1950) is termed his first "mature orchestral piece." At that time the composer wrote: "Most 
great music is highly technically oriented. In order to produce a powerful musical vision and reve- 
lation, a composer must have extraordinary technical equipment. Composers of any period must 
create their own technical equipment; that, in fact, is what we call style." 

Kirchner's own style, which evolved gradually from the "early" works, is highly individual 
and evidenced in five major works written in the fifties: Sonata Concertante for Violin and Piano 
(1952); Piano Concerto (1953); Trio for Violin, Cello, and Piano (1954) commissioned by the 
Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation; Toccata for Strings, Solo Winds, and Percussion (1955); 
and String Quartet No. 2 (1957), a Fromm Foundation commission. The Harvard composer has 
continued this stream of compositions to the present and is one of the most-commissioned and 
widely performed American composers. 



Romance No. 1 in G Major for Violin and Orchestra, op. 50 

(It is difficult to find, either in the writings of Beethoven or in the mass of books written 
about him, much information concerning the Romance in F Major heard this evening. Its opus 
number (50), however, tells us, indirectly, all we need to know. 

In terms of popularity and number of performances, the Romance is, of course, dwarfed by 
the D Major Violin Concerto, opus 61 and the sonatas for violin and piano. It is nonetheless a 
beautiful work that deserves, and is receiving, repeated hearings. 

Beethoven also wrote a Romance for Violin and Orchestra in G Major which is opus 40. The 
F Major Romance heard tonight was apparently composed in 1803, the year before the Eroica, 
opus 55. The latter work is usually the point of reference for what the commentators refer to as 
Beethoven's "Second Period." This would place the Romance toward the end of his "First Period." 

It is scored for one flute; oboes, bassoons, and horns in pairs; and conventional strings. The 
scoring is light, the texture clear, and the style lyrical. Its tempo indication is Adagio cantabile, 
which maintains throughout. The principal melody is heard in solo violin at the outset. 

Concerto in D Major for Violin and Orchestra, op. 61 

This work was written in 1806 and is generally regarded as the repertory's finest. The 
Beethoven is the most-performed violin concerto on the subscription series during the past thirty-six 
years with ten performances, including tonight's. The Brahms has had eight and the Tchaikovsky 
four. 

Many concertos for solo instrument and orchestra seem to have been written essentially as 
show-pieces for virtuosos of the day. Not so with Beethoven. It would be inconceivable for that 
master to have turned out anything for the express purpose of displaying a performer's technique. 

This composition had a rather dismal first performance. Written for Franz Clement, a notable 
Viennese violinist, it was not completed until just prior to performance time. As a result, Clement 
read it at sight. It therefore did not come into any degree of popularity until Joachim, one of the 
great violinists of all time, revived it years later. 

The solo violin does not enter in the opening movement until after a lengthy orchestral 
section. The first theme is announced by woodwinds following a striking introduction consisting of 
five taps of the tympani. (Some commentators claim there is a story to the effect that these tones 
were suggested to Beethoven upon hearing a neighbor knock at his door for admission late one 
night.) 

The second theme is heard in the winds, followed by the same five notes heard previously in 
the tympani, now in the violins. The solo violin enters. The first part of the movement is now 
repeated, with the solo violin playing the themes or embroidery-like facsimiles of theme. At the 
conclusion of the main body of the movement a cadenza is heard followed by a short coda. 

The second movement, Larghetto, finds the solo instrument confining its efforts largely to 
elaborate figuration around the theme sung by the orchestra. There is a cadenza leading to 
the finale. 

This movement is in rondo form and is based on a theme of folk-dance nature. Another 
cadenza is provided for near the conclusion. 

Beethoven wrote none of the cadenzas heard in this work. It was the custom of his day to 
leave the improvisation of the cadenza to the skill of the performer himself. Beethoven, however, 
usually supplied explicit instructions concerning what should be done. 



Sir Donald Tovey writes the following on examination of the original (autograph) Beethoven 
score: 

"The autograph of Beethoven's Violin Concerto is a lesson in the correct attitude of a com- 
poser towards a player. It was written for a virtuoso of the name of Clement, and is inscribed to 



Coming Sept. 27, 1984 8:00 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 

LEONARD PENNARIO 

'one of the very greatest pianists" 
The London Times 

Tickets on sale now, HFAC Music Ticket Office 

$3.50 - $4.50 - $5.00 

Call 378-7444 for reservations 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

BELINDA LEE PRATT, horn 

Assisted by: 

Elan McMahan, piano 
Lorchin Pulsipher, violin 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, September 13, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata for Horn and Piano in 
E-flat Major, op. 178 



Joseph Rheinberger 
(1839-1901) 



Con moto 
Quasi adagio 
Con fuoco 



Scherzo Concertante for Horn 
and Piano 



Vaclav Nelhybel 
(1919- ) 



INTERMISSION 



Trio for Piano, Violin, and Horn 
in E-flat Major, op. 40 



Johannes Brahms 
(1833-1897) 



Andante 
Scherzo 
Adagio mesto 
Finale 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

LOIS JOHNSON, s°Prano 

Assisted by; 

Marilyn Collard, piano 



in 
FACULTY RECITAL 



8;00 p.m. 
Friday, September 14, 1984 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Franklin S* Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

O Magnify the Lord 

(Chandos Anthems No, 8) . , r . . . ....George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 

Care selve, from Atalanta. ............. .George Frideric Handel 

Rejoice Greatly, Daughter 

of Zion, from Messiah. . . t . ..,.. George Frideric Handel 

Zigeunerlieder, op. 10 3. ...... - ...... • . . .Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
He, Zigeuner 
Hochget'urmte Rimaflut 
Wisst ihr, wann mein Kindchen 
Lieber Gott, du weisst 
Brauner Bursche 
Roslein dreie in der Reihe 
Kommt dir manchmal 
Rote Abendwolken 

INTERMISSION 



Hermit Songs, op. 29 



Samuel Barber 
(1910- ) 



At Saint Patricks Purgatory 

Church Bell at Night 

St. Ita's Vision 

The Heavenly Banquet 

The Crucifixion 

Sea Snatch 

Promiscuity 

The Monk and His Cat 

The Praises of God 

The Desire for Hermitage 



La mamma morta, from Andrea Chenier 



Umberto Giordano 
(1867-1948) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

CAROL R. PEACOCK, «»te 

Student of Susan Goodfellow 



Assisted by: 

Chip Prince, harpsichord 
Holly Rose, piano 
Suzanne Ostler, violin 
Shauna Smith, viola 
Lisa Harline, cello 
Michele Golightly, piano 

in 



JUNIOR RECITAL 

6:00 p.m. 

Friday, September 14, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S, Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata in B Minor for Flute 

and Harpsichord r BWV 10 30 . .... ,Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Andante 
Largo e dolce 
Presto — Allegro 

Chip Prince, harpsichord 

Three Rotnanzen , op , 94 1 . . « , . ^ , , , . ♦ ... Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
Nicht schnell 
Einfach, innig 
Nicht schnell 

Holly Rose, piano 

Night Soliloquy, ........................... .Kent Wheeler Kennan 

(1913- ) 
Michelle Golightly, piano 



INTERMISSION 

Quartet in A Major, K. 298 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 

Andantino 
Menuetto 
Allegro grazioso 

Suzanne Ostler, violin 
Shauna Smith, viola Lisa Harline, cello 

Andante Pastoral et Scherzettino, ................ .Paul Taffanel 

(1844-1908) 



Holly Rose, piano 



WORLD OF DANCE 
PROGRAM 



STRIKE UP THE BAND 

Cougarettes 

POSIN' 

The Dancers' Company 

GIRLS CLOG 

TETON MOUNTAIN STOMP 

MODERN CLOG 

International Folk Dancers 

TANDELEI 

Theatre Ballet 

MODERN MEDLEY 

Ballroom Dance Company 

LOLLIPOP TREE 
CAREFREE 

Children's Dance Company 

MEN'S DANCE 

The Dancers' Company 



Cougarettes 

THE BIRCH TREE 

International Folk Dancers 

DESTINY 
CHACHA 

Ballroom Dance Company 

BALLET FOR FARCE 

Theatre Ballet 



JUMP 

Cougarettes 

BALLROOM SPECIALTY 



TILINGOLINGO 
HUATEQUE 
MACHETE 

International Folk Dancers 

JUKEBOX 

Theatre Ballet 

FOOTLOOSE 

Ballroom Dance Company 

DOO WAH 

The Dancers' Company 



Sponsored by the Department of Dance 
College of Physical Education 



ARTISTIC DIRECTORS 



INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCERS .... Mary Bee Jensen 

BALLROOM DANCE COMPANY Lee Wakefield 

THE DANCERS" COMPANY Pat Debenham 

THEATRE BALLET Sandra Allen 

Connie Freese 

COUGARETTES Claudia Rowley 

CHILDREN'S DANCE Chris Ollerton 

Kathie Debenham 



Plan now to attend future 

DANCE EVENTS 



HOMECOMING SPECTACULAR 

October 11-13, 8 p.m. 
Marriott Center 



CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD 

International Folk Dancers 
December 6-7, 8 p.m. 
Marriott Center 



BALLET IN CONCERT 

Theatre Ballet 
January 24-26, 8 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 



DANCE IN CONCERT 

Modern Dance 
February 14-16, 8 p.m. 
Pardoe Theatre 



BALLROOM DANCE COMPANY 
CONCERT 

Ballroom Dance Company 
February 20-22, 8 p.m. 
Smith Fieldhouse 



Showcases of student and Faculty works are held throughout 
the year in the Dance Production Studio (185 RB). Inquire at 
the Dance Department 378-5086. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

Performing Arts Series 
presents 




LEONARD PENNARIO 



September 27, 1984 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 




PROGRAM 

Intermezzo in B Minor, op. 119, no. 1 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 

Intermezzo in E Minor, op. 119, No. 2 Johannes Brahms 

Intermezzo in C Major, op. 119, no. 3 Johannes Brahms 

Rhapsody in E-flat Major, op. 119, no. 4 Johannes Brahms 

Three Preludes Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 
La puerta (A Gateway of the Alhambra Palace) 
La fille aux cheveux de lin (Girl with the Flaxen Hair) 
Feux d'artifice (Fireworks) 

* * * 

Sonata in A Major, D. 959 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 
Allegro 
Andantino 

Scherzo: Allegro vivace 
Rondo: Allegretto 

INTERMISSION 

Excursions Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 
Un poco allegro 
In slow blues tempo 
Allegretto 
Allegro molto 

Nocturne for the Left Hand Alone Alexander Skryabin 

(1827-1915) 

Ballade in A-flat Major, op. 47 Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

Scherzo in B-flat Minor, op. 31 Frederic Chopin 



LEONARD PENNARIO 

Few artists can match the brilliant accomplishments of the American pianist Leonard Pennario. With every 
major orchestra in America, Pennario has performed with uncommon success. Acclaim emanates from audiences and 
critics alike for his performances with the "Big Five": Chicago Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Boston Sym- 
phony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, and Cleveland Orchestra. Travelling throughout North America, Pen- 
nario is known as guest artist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra, Minnesota Or- 
chestra, Pittsburgh Symphony, Toronto Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, 
Buffalo Philharmonic, Cincinnati Symphony, Dallas Symphony, New Orleans Symphony, Saint Louis Symphony, 
Seattle Symphony, and Vancouver Symphony, among others. 

Highlighting Mr. Pennario's 1984-85 season is a tour of Yugoslavia and Bulgaria in May, with concerts sched- 
uled in Zagreb and Sofia, among other major cities. In the spring of 1984, he made his first tour of the Far East, 
appearing in recital and with orchestras in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, and Manila. In other parts of the world, 
the list continues to be as impressive: Berlin Philharmonic, Vienna Symphony, London Philharmonic, London Sym- 
phony, Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic, BBC Symphony, Halle Orchestra, Hague Philharmonic, Baye- 
rischen Rundfunks, Tonhalle Orchestra, and Frankfurt Symphony, among others. 

Innumerable concerts with the greatest orchestras have made Pennario the choice of world-famous conductors. 
Among the nearly one hundred eminent artists with whom he has collaborated, the list must include Eugene Or- 
mandy, Sir George Solti, Zubin Mehta, Andre Previn, Seiji Ozawa, Otto Klemperer, Fritz Reiner, Rafael Kubelik, 
Leopold Stokowski, Thomas Schippers, Arthur Fiedler, Andre Kostelanetz, Sir John Barbirolli, Edward Van Bei- 
num, Sir Adrian Boult, Vladimir Golschmann, Josef Krips, Dmitri Mitropoulos, Pierre Monteux, Charles Munch, 
Artur Rodzinski, Kenneth Schermerhorn, Robert Shaw, and Alfred Wallenstein. 

Of the artist's concerts with the Berlin Philharmonic and Rafael Kubelik, Die Welt (Berlin) cited his "superb 
technique and keyboard touch of exceptional sensitivity." Le Figaro (Paris) calls Pennario "a phenomenon of the 
piano." In London, Andrew Porter told his readers in The New Statesman and The Nation, "Nobody today plays the 
piano better than Pennario." Following a concert in Amsterdam, De Tijd wrote: "He has a spiritual maturity and a 
musical control that only a few pianists achieve in their lives." 

In Carnegie Hall and in Los Angeles, Pennario collaborated in history-making concerts with Jascha Heifetz and 
Gregor Piatigorsky. Thousands of music lovers attended, hearing these three great artists in brilliant performances of 
trios by Beethoven, Brahms, Dvorak, Arensky, Turina, and Mendelssohn. These events were so successful that they 
were recorded by RCA and are still best-sellers today. The Los Angeles Times declared: "Whatever a trio of such 
stature chooses to play will be worth hearing. Conception, performance and ensemble will be perfection, the last 
word in artistic standards." Pennario considers the trio performances with Jascha Heifetz and Gregor Piatigorsky to 
be among the most memorable experiences in his career. Since that time he has joined in trios with other distin- 
guished artists, to great acclaim. In the 1984-85 season, he performs with Ruggiero Ricci and Nathaniel Rosen. 

An auspicious event marked the start of Leonard Pennario's career. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra urgently 
needed a pianist to replace an indisposed artist. Sir Eugene Goosens (who knew of the dilemma) wired his high 
recommendation of the pianist, at that time a youngster of twelve years. The concerto to be performed was the 
Grieg, and although Pennario had never seen, heard, or studied the score, he made his professional debut within six 
days and played such a stunning performance, he was immediately launched on one of the most glorious careers in 
the annals of American history. Soon after, an appearance was slated with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. 

Another unexpected twist of fate preluded Mr. Pennario's debut with the New York Philharmonic at Carnegie 
Hall. A national concert tour for the pianist was interrupted when the United States Army enlisted the services of 
Mr. Pennario, compelling him to perform Liszt's Concerto in E-flat at Carnegie Hall in his Army uniform. Mr. 
Pennario's performance, graced by the New York Philharmonic under the baton of Artur Rodzinski, conquered 
Manhattan's critics. 

Under the baton of Dmitri Mitropoulos, Rakhmaninov was featured soloist playing his own piano concertos 
with the then named Minneapolis Symphony (now the Minnesota Orchestra). After the death of Rakhmaninov, it 
was Maestro Mitropoulos who asked Pennario to perform Rakhmaninov's Second Piano Concerto in a memorial 
concert dedicated to the great Russian composer. 

Pennario has recorded on the Angel, Seraphim, RCA, Columbia, Vox, and Pantheon labels. Chopin's Polonaises 
and Waltzes are the two most recent releases of his projected series of the complete solo piano works of Chopin for 
Angel. In the fall of 1984 he records the Ballades. 

As a composer, Pennario has written a number of works for piano that have been published and earned him 
membership in the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). This distinguished artist has 
also appeared at the White House and is a regular guest at summer festivals, which have included the Hollywood 
Bowl, Mann Music Center in Philadelphia, and Brevard Music Center in North Carolina. 



The Endellion String Quartet 

Goming Oct. 10, 1984, 8:00 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Tickets on sale now 

Student/ Faculty $3.00/General Public $4.00 

For more information call ext. 7444 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

TERRI MCKAY, mezzo-soprano 

Student of Flora Nielsen 

Assisted by: 

Gretchen Hubbert, piano 

L. Ara Norwood, guitar 

Alan Giambattista, harpsichord 

Julie Bennet, cello 

in 

SENIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, October 5 f 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



Program 

Mein gla'ubiges Herze, 

from Cantata BWV 68 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Komm, su'sser Tod, BWV 478 Johann Sebastian Bach 

Sleep, Why Dost Thou Leave Me? 

from Semele George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Si, tra i ceppi, 

from Berenice , George Frideric Handel 

Mr . Giambattis ta ; harps i chord 
Miss Bennet, cello 

******** 

Wie Melodien zieht es mir, op. 105, no, 1 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Die Mainacht, op. 43, no. 2... Johannes Brahms 

Ich hab in Penna einen Liebsten, 

from Italienisches Liederbuch . ...» Hugo Wolf 

(1860-1903) 
Mignon , from Goethe Lieder Hugo Wolf 

Miss Hubbert, piano 
******** 

Pres des remparts des Seville, 

from Carmen Georges Bizet 

(1838-1875) 

INTERMISSION 



Tres Canciones Ariel Ramirez 

Alfonsina y el mar 

El clavel del aire bianco 

Las cartas de Guadalupe 

Mr. Norwood, guitar 
Miss Hubbert, piano 



Despite and Still Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 
A Last Song 

My Lizard (A Wish for Young Love) 
In the Wilderness 
Solitary Hotel 
Despite and Still 

Miss Hubbert, piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

Performing Arts Series 
presents 




THE ENDELLION STRING QUARTET 

Andrew Watkinson, violin Garfield Jackson, viola 

James Clark, violin David Waterman, cello 



October 10, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



c GOD as 
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PROGRAM 



String Quartet in G Major, K. 387 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

5 ^ (1756-1791) 

Allegro vivace assai 
Menuetto and Trio 
Andante cantabile 
Molto allegro 

_ . ^ xt i Bela Bartok 

String Quartet No. 3 d k 

6 ^ (1881-1945) 

Prima parte- Seconda parte - 
Recapitulazione della prima parte 



INTERMISSION 

String Quartet in F Major, op. 135 Ludwi g van Beethoven 

5 ^ (1770-1827) 

Allegretto 

Vivace 

Lento assai 

Grave, ma non troppo tratto- Allegro 



THE ENDELLION STRING QUARTET 

Few young instrumental ensembles have made such a sudden and dramatic impact on the music scene 
as the Endellion String Quartet from London. Formed only at the beginning of 1979, they had an imme- 
diate success at the International String Quartet Competition in Portsmouth, England, where they 
placed second among twenty quartets from around the world and also won the prize voted by the au- 
dience. The jury included some of the most familiar names in the music world, such as Yehudi Menuhin 
and members of the Amadeus, Bartok, and Borodin Quartets. Shortly thereafter, the Quartet won First 
Prize in the British String Quartet Competition in London and a prestigious award from the Greater 
London Arts Association. Last season, the "Endellions" made over one hundred concert and festival ap- 
pearances in Europe and numerous recordings for the BBC. 

In the spring of 1981, the Quartet came to New York, won the Young Concert Artists International 
Auditions, and made their debut in the Young Concert Artists Series at the 92nd Street Y in New York 
and in the Young Concert Artists Series in Washington, D.C. at the John F. Kennedy Center. 

In 1983 the Quartet completed extensive tours of the USA, Australia and New Zealand, Denmark, 
France, Switzerland, Holland, Austria, Italy (in residence at the Spoleto Festival), and Finland (in resi- 
dence at the Kuhmo Festival). In addition, they have recently toured in Belgium, Greece, and West 
Germany. 

The Quartet's coast-to-coast tour of the United States through Young Concert Artists took them to 
such varied places as Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, California; the Norton Gallery in West Palm 
Beach, Florida; and Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. They have appeared at the Brooklyn 
Academy of Music; the Grand Cayman Islands; the Candlelight Concert Series in Columbia, Maryland; 
Arizona State University; and throughout California, including Carmel, Napa Valley, Stockton, and 
Santa Rosa. 

In the 1984-85 season, the Quartet will perform at universities across the country, including the Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Ohio State University, Skidmore College, the Institute for Advanced Study 
(Princeton), and the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Urbana, Illinois. 



The Crucible 

Coming Nov. 1, 2, 7, 9, 10, 1984 - 8:00 p.m. 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Student/Faculty $3.00/General Public $4.50 

For more information call 378-7444 

Joseph Robinson - Oboe 

Coming Nov. 8, 1984 - 8:00 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Students/Faculty $3.00/General Public $4.00 

For more information call 378-7444 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



CONCERT CHOIR 

Mack Wilberg, director 
and 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY SINGERS 

Ronald J Staheli , director 



8;00 p.m. 

Wednesday, October 17,1984 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Deo dicamus gratias Gottfried August Homilius 

(1714-1785) 

Ave Maria Jacob Arcade It 

(?1505-c.l568) 

Der Geist hilft unsrer Schwachheit auf , 

BWV 226 - .... , Johann Sebastian Bach 

Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we il685— 1750) 

know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the 

Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings 

which cannot be uttered. 

And he that searcheth the hearts knoweth what is the 

mind of the Spirit, because he maketh intercession 

for the suints according to the wili of God. 

(Romans 8:26-27) 
Thou holy Fire, sweet Comforter, 
Help us tena in steadfast in thy service 
With joy and comfoit, 

That affliction will not turn us away. 
O Lord, through Thy power 

Ptepare and strengthen the flesh's weakness, 
Thut we m.iy valiantly struggle through death and life 
As we press forward to Thee. Alielula 

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence Edward Cuthbert Bairstow 

(1874-1946) 

Sing Ye Merrily, op. 90, no. 7 Arnold Mendelssohn 

(1855-1933) 
Have You Seen the White Lily Grow, 

from The Hour Glass Irving Fine 

(1914-1962) 
Know to End as to Begin , 

from The Hour Glass Irving Fine 

Bushes and Briars Arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams 

I'll Ay Call in by Yon Town, 

from Three S c ottish Folksongs Arr. Mack Wilberg 

Paul C. Pollei and Ronald J Staheli, piano 

Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child Arr. Roger Wagner 

Annette Frazier, soprano 



Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel Arr. Carl Haywood 



Concert Choir 



INTERMISSION 



admirabile commercium Jacob Handl 

(1550-1591) 

Verbum caro factum est Hans Leo Hassler 

(1562-1612) 

Schaffe in mir, Gott, ein rein Herz, 

op . 29 , no . 2 Johannes Brahms 

Create in me a clean heart, O God? ( loJJ-lby / / 

and renew a right spirit within me. 

Cast me not away from thy presence; 
and take not thy holy spirit from me. 

Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation) 
and uphold me with thy free spirit. 

Prologue , from Sweeney Todd . . * Stephen Sondheim 

(1930- ) 
Send in the Clowns, from A Little Night Music ... .Stephen Sondheim 

Company , from Company Stephen Sondheim 



My Song in the Night Southern Folk Hymn — Paul Christiansen 

God Hears Me When I Pray Merrilee Webb 

(1960- ) 

Benedicamus Domino Peter Warlock 

(1894-1930) 



Brigham Young University Singers 



CONCERT CHOIR 
Mack Wi I berg , di rector 

dln.1 Dc»» I U i Well lenbil y , :.l uduil 



\ III ll Id AikUisoj 
iiii ■ Lei LjdtLon 
:ini i ! it Hi own 

iKsdii Bullock 
ii h Chi i steusei 

nth Cleyy 
jbin Farnsley 



Jul i 



nors 

jhard And r us 
chard Biyler 
ami Butler 



■MUM) 

Annette Fia;*.iei 
M ii ci a hatch , 
Dianitd Hope 
Tara Jcinson 
Julie Johnson 
Carie Juchau 



David Hunt 



A1U -s 

eheiyl LUowi 
Stare-/ bruwi 
Li la Burrie 
Leann Clark 



I'ctl i icu Lathi 

Lori Lish 

Kresten Matici 

Rebecca Olpin 

Chaclene Padgett Carolyn Cook 

Ginger Peterson 

Pennie Peterson 

Carla Pratt 

Lynette Toronto 



Grelchen Hubueit UJeiHta Stone 

b..bbie l,a i :if ii Rind a Taylor 
Micliclle Lingreli Alison Wt sleuskow 
Amy Parker Hatianna Whi taker 
Jennifer Pazker Linda Woodtutf 

Jillayne Hales Barbara Peterson Cindy Young 

Lisa llarston Lor i Pincock 



Bas ses 

Ryan Anderson 



Allen Pack 

Michael Kennel ly Robert Paietta Michael Basford 
David Kern Darrel Perry Clark Bassett 



David Christensen Joe McDaniel 
K 

K 



Richard Ussell Keith Bradshaw Barry Goldberg 



irl Ebeling 

I ly Fullmer 



David Fi slier Mark Olivier 
Paul Frederickson Dallas Petersen 
Darren Gillette Mark Peterson 

Vernon Richard. 1 . 
Chip Sc!i lesser 
James See ley 
Kelly So j en son 



Rodney McDonnell Ken Shelley Drew Christensen Chad Kearsley 
James Murphy Larry Whipple Mark Cook Sean Lindsay 

Gery Decker Rourke Mace 
Vaughn Fairbanks Curtis Martin 

Dwiyht Osteryaard 
CH OIR OFFICE RS 
President, James Seeley 
Vice-President, Dallas Peterson 
Secretary, Alison Westenskow Treasurer, Susan Bullock 
Accompanist and Co-Social Chairman, Dwighfc Osteryaard! 
Co-Social Chairman, Jennifer Barton 
B RTGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSIT Y SINGERS 
Ronald J Staheli, director 
Sandefur Schmidt and Brady Allied, assistant directors 



Sop ran os 

Carol Ann G. Allred 

Hilary Dal ton 

J ana Dewey 

Cheri 11. Hancock 

Nancy Larson 

A 11 i son Pt estwich 

Mary Reeve 

Yvette Ward 

Ki i sta Lee Wriyht 



AltQS 

Tracey Fredman 
Janet Humphreys 
Helen McCurdy 
Lorri P. McHardy 
Katrina Millet 
Vaiiesa Read 
Sandefur Schmidt 
Kristen Smyth 
Alice Warner 
Martha West 



Ten ors 

Brent Braithwaite 

Tim Brewster 

Paul Broomhead 

Stephen Bement 

Rob Hancock 

Gary Miner 

Curtis Rindlesbacker 

John Sasine 

Gale Skousen 



Basses 

Brady Allied 
Buike Charlton 
Boyd Craig 
Jon Lin ford 
Carlos Linyard 
Gregor McHardy 
Chris Read 
Marl in Smith 
Vaughn Stephenson 
Mike Wadsworth 
David Warner 



BRIGHAM YOU NG U NIVERSITY SINGERS COU NCIL 
President, Boyd Craiy Vice-President, Janet Humphreys 
Women's Social Chairman, Hilary Dal ton Men's Social Chairman, Gary Miner 
Women's Dress Chairman, Jana Dewey Men's Dress Chairman, Brent Braithwaite 
Treasurer, Carlos Linyard Secretary, Mary Reeve Historian, Yvette Ward 
Publicity Chairmen, Chris and Vanesa Read Photoyrapher , Steve Bement 
Passport person, Martha West Set-up Chairman, Curtis Rindlsbaker 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

ALAN PORTZLINE, clarinet 

DIANA THOMPSON, p^o 

Student of David M. Randall 

Assisted by: 

Chip Prince, piano 
Steve Erickson, piano 



in 



JOINT RECITAL 



6;00 p.m. 

Friday, October 19, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



French Suite in E Major 

Allemande 

Courante 

Sarabande 

Gavotte 

Bourree 

Gigiie 



Johann Sebastian Bach 
(1685-1750) 



Sonata in E-flat Major, op. 120 , no. 2 

Allegro amabile 
Allegro appassionato 
Andante con moto 
Allegro 

Mr. Prince, piano 



Johannes Brahms 
(1833-1897) 



INTERMISSION 



Concerto in G Minor Felix Mendelssohn 

(1809-1847) 
Allegro 

Mr. Erickson, second piano 

Capriccio, op. 116, no. 3 Johannes Brahms 

Three Christmas Pieces for 

Unaccompanied Clarinet Alan Portzline 

(1958- ) 
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 
Coventry Carol 
Carol of the Bells 

Ballade Leonie Perminov 




BI^rTHER 



Wfattertatid £j ftrjbrmed by 

JAMES URI^GaOJ^ 



". . . We heartily endorse this splendid production, HERE'S 
BROTHER BRIGHAM, as the only authorized one-man 
show of Brigham Young's life story." 




The Brigham Young 
Family Association 





WHO WAS BRIGHAM YOUNG? 

"/ can't undertake to explain Brigham Young to Your Atlantic 
citizens or expect you to put him at his value ^ Your great men Eastward 
are to me like your ivory and pearl-handled table knives, balanced 
handles, more shining than the inside of my watch case, but with on- 
ly edge enough to slice bread and cheese or help spoon victuals, and 
all alike by the dozen one with another. Brigham is the article (that) 
sells out West with us, between Roman cutlass and a beef butcher 
knife, the thing to cut up a deer or cut down an enemy, and that will 
save your life or carve your dinner every bit as well, though the hand- 
piece is buckhorn and the case a hogskin hanging in the breach of 
your pantaloons. You, that judge of men by the hand and sheath, 
how can I make you know a good blade?" 

Jedediah M. Grant, an early settler 

Brigham Young certainly is one of the most controversial and commanding 
figures of the old West. Since his death in 1877, the real Brigham Young is all 
but lost from the pages of American History, and only a handful of Western History 
buffs and historians recognize the enormous impact of this great man. 

However, during his lifetime, Brigham Young's notoriety grew by leaps and 
bounds until he was regarded as one of the favorite villains of the time. Scur- 
rilous and fantastic stories found their way onto the front pages of the country's 
newspapers. One sided, erroneous and down right libelous accounts were wide- 
ly circulated and sensationalized in books, cartoons and editorials. 

In spite of his well-publicized infamy, Brigham Young paid little attention 
while rolling up his sleeves to build a "Kingdom of God" from the ground up. 
In the thirty-year period from 1847 till his death, Brigham young colonized over 
500 settlements in a 200,000 square mile area and directed the migration of over 
80,000 settlers from the United States, Great Britain, Scandanavia, and Con- 
tinental Europe to these remote outposts in untamed country. As Indian agent 
for the new Territory he managed to treat the Indians with such respect and kind- 
ness that when the United States Army came after him (for suspected subver- 
sion) the Indians were on his side. He founded three colleges which bore his name, 
a theatre, and most of the economic enterprises that developed the region's natural 
resources. As governor he was primarily responsible for the building of a transcon- 
tinental railroad and telegraph through Utah and Nevada. As President of The 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he presided over growth and mis- 
sionary activity in many parts of the world. Yet, with all of his other responsilities, 
he maintained as happy, extensive and celebrated a family as has ever been seen 
on this continent. 

Even in his day when it was still possible for a man to be many things, Brigham 
Young stands as a remarkable example of personal energy, religious zeal, and 
vast accomplishment. Loved and trusted by his associates, hated and slandered 
by his enemies, to this day the name Brigham Young is more enigma than anything 
else. And Brigham understood this, for to the editor of the New York Herald 

"While I regret that my mission is not better understood by the world, 
the time will come when I will be understood, and I leave to futurity 
the judgement of my labors and the results as they shall become 
manifest. " 




We Proudly Present 

bother Brifiham 




"An evening of entertainment, education, and edification, 
presented for the diversion of the assembled gentlemen and ladies 
comprised of the following: A visit with his Excellency, the right 
honorably renowned Mr. Brigham Young. First Governor of the ter- 
ritory of Utah, statesman, pioneer, colonizer, and husband to many, 
sustained as President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints called by the Mormons **A Prophet of God. 9 * 

A one-man show, written, directed and performed by 

MR. JAMES W. ARRINGTON 

The Gracious Musical Arrangements Mr. J.A.C. Redford 

Audience Take Note 




THERE WILL BE ONE TEN MINUTE 
INTERMISSION 

• Crying children are like good intentions, they should be 
carried out. 

• The audience is respectfully requested to refrain from excess 
whispering or snoring. 

• Gentlemen are implored not to spit upon the floor. 

• in case of Indian attack those of courageous heart are free to 
join the management and actors in a valiant defense of 
the house. 

Warning! Anyone caught attempting to photograph or in any way 
record th e proceedings may be summarily ejected from 
the theatre or risk confiscation of the offending device. 

Here's Brother Brigham is the culmination of thousands of hours of careful 
research including diaries, letters, and speeches recorded during Brigham's life 
and many articles, papers and biographies written since his passing. With a very 
few exceptions, what you hear tonight is directly quoted from these existing 
records. Much of this research has only recently been developed by dedicated 
historians and sheds much needed light on the character and personality of this 
great man. 

To date Here's Brother Brigham has traveled over 280,000 miles since 
its first performance in 1976 at Brigham Young University. The play has been 
seen by an estimated 150,000 people in 400 performances ranging from Alaska 
to Albequerque and Hawaii to Boston (at the Hasty Pudding Club). Before let- 
ting the production "rest" in 1981 the play traveled to Canada and finally to a 
triumphant three week tour of England finishing in London. 





ABOUT THE ARTIST 

Mr. Arrington has proven himself to be a uni- 
que and widely accomplished individual in the 
theatre world. After receiving a BFA in theatre at 
Utah State University, he was invited to attend the 
prestigious American Conservatory Theatre where 
he studied and performed for three years under 
full scholarship. In San Francisco he landed his 
first professional acting job: a tap dancing 
Christmas tree. 

With such an auspicious beginning he con- 
tinued to develop his talent for character acting 
in a wide variety of roles including such plays as 
The Crucible, The Cherry Orchard, Cyrano de 
Bergerac, Five Finger Exercise, The Miser and 
eventually landing the lead role in the tragic King 
Lear at the ripe old age of twenty-two. Classical- 
ly trained, Mr. Arrington has played major roles 
in twelve of Shakespeare's plays. 

A past member of six regional and community theatre groups, Mr. Arrington 
played at the Utah Shakespeare Festival and became artistic director of Castle 
Productions one summer where he wrote and directed The Razzle Dazzle Castle 
Review and Taming of the Shrew. He has since directed many plays and musicals 
including Threads of Glory and Charlie's Monument, the BYU opera of 1983, 
Tartuffe, and Shenandoah and Promised Valley during the 1984 season at Pro- 
mised Valley Playhouse. 

Along with work on the legitimate stage Arrington has played roles in several 
films including Home on the Range, Brigham and a new movie for PBS entitled 
Lorenzo. His background also includes voiceovers for radio and television, car- 
toon character voices and he has recently been a featured player on the children's 
television program Poco's Place. 

Although his play Here's Brother Brigham was Mr. Arrington's first adven- 
ture into playwriting, his new plays have appeared successfully including the 
prizewinning Farley Family Reunion and another one-man-show, J. Golden. 

Mr. Arrington currently makes his home in Orem, Utah with his wife, Elisa 
and their new son, Joseph: "My best work, by far!" 

Special Thanks and Great Appreciation to: 

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 
Historian's Office and Arts and Sites Division 

Ron Esplin, The Brigham Young Family Association 

Brigham Young University Department of Theatre & Cinematic Arts 

The Carlos Phillips Family 

Leonard and Grace Arrington 

And all those who have graciously provided help, expertise, 
and encouragement over the years. 

All rights reserved and licensed by: 
JAMES ARRINGTON PRODUCTIONS 

960 West 100 South Orem, Utah 84058 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



ROSALIE BOMAN, p^o 

Student of Robert Smith 

in 



JUNIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, October 20,1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in D Major, K. 140 Domenico Scarlatti 

Allegro non molto (1685-1757) 

Sonata in E Major, K. 380 Domenico Scarlatti 

Andante commodo 

Sonata in D Major, K. 388 Domenico Scarlatti 

Presto 

Sonata in A Major, K. 331 Wolfgang Amadeuf? Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
/jidante grazioso con variazioni 
Menuetto 
Alia Turca — Allegretto 



INTERMISSION 



Phantasiestucke / op . 12 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 

Des Abends 

Auf schwung 

Warum? 

Grillen 

In der Nacht 

Fabel 

Traumes Wirren 

Ende vom Lied 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY SAXOPHONE QUARTET 

Ray Smith, soprano Rick Hammarstrom, tenor 

Daron Bradford, alto Mark Sheldon, baritone 



Assited by: 

Steve Erickson, piano 
Jeffrey Campbell, bass 
Randy Ficklin, drums 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, October 24, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 
Badinerie for Saxophone Quartet (1972) Claude Ricard 



Trois Conversations Paul Pierne' 

(1874-1952) 
Conversation amusante 
Conversation sentimentale 
Conversation animee (Dispute) 



Quartet in C Major, op. 76, no. 3 Joseph Haydn — Stanton 

(1732-1809) 
Allegro — Presto 



INTERMISSION 



Petit quatuor pour saxophones (1939) Jean Francaix 

(1912- ) 

Gaguenardise 
Cantilehe 
Serenade comique 



Andante et scherzo quatuor de saxophones (1938) . . . .Eugene Bozza 

(1905- ) 
Andante 
Scherzo 



Cheek to Cheek Irving Berlin — May 

(1888- ) 

Dancing on the Ceiling Irving Berlin — May 

Steve Erickson, piano 
Jeffrey Campbell, bass 
Randy Ficklin, percussion 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Partita No. 1 in B-flat Major Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 



Impromptu, op. 142, no. 1 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 

Nancy Larson, piano 



Poeme , op . 25 Ernest Chausson 

(1855-1899) 

Mark Taylor, violin 
Nancy Larson, piano 



Nocturne in C-sharp Minor, op. 27, no. 1 Frederic Francois Chopin 

(1810-1849) 



Polonaise in C Minor, op. 40, no. 2 Frederic Francois Chopin 



Prelude - La Cathedral engloutie Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 

Kelly Koerper, piano 



Wednesday, October 24, 1984 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

THE CHAMBER ENSEMBLES 
FUNDED BY THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 

in a. 

DEMONSTRATION CONCERT 

WOODWIND QUINTET STRING QUARTET 

Brady Allred, flute Mark Taylor, violin 

Barbara Peterson, oboe James Waite, violin 

Alan Portzline, clarinet Nancy Call, viola 

Brian Peterson, bassoon Julie Bennet, cello 
Doran Davis, French horn 

BRASS QUINTET 

Robert Peterson, trumpet 

Jeff Grundvig, trumpet 

Linda Seamons , French horn 

Mark Ammons , trombone 

Joel Kimsey, tuba _ M 

8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, October 25, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Divertimento No. 1 in B-flat Major Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Allegro con spirito 
Andante 
Allegretto 

Suite for Woodwind Quintet (1957) Gunther Schuller 

(1925- ) 
Blues 
Toccata 

The Cascades Scott Joplin — Frackenpohl 

(1868-1917) 

Woodwind Quintet in E-flat Major, op. 88, no. 2....Antoine Reicha 

(1770-1836) 
Allegro molto 

* * * 

String Quartet in E-flat Major, op. 12 Felix Mendelssohn 

(1809-1847) 
Adagio non troppo — Allegro non tardante 

Canon in D Major Johann Pachelbel — Ades 

(1653-1706) 

Scott Joplin ' s New Rag Scott Joplin — Zinn 

(1868-1917) 

* * * 

The Beehive Brass Overture Robert Peterson 

(1956- ) 

The Honey Suckle Anthony Holborne — Schwarz 

(1584-1602) 

H?va Nigilah (Jewish Folk Song) Arr. Robert Peterson 

O Lord God Pavel Chesnokov 

(1877-1944) 

When I'm Sixty-Four John Lennon and Paul McCartney — Holmes 

(1940-1982) (1942- ) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

SALLY SMITH, P^no 
LAUREL ROBERTS, p^o 

Student of Robert Smith 



xn 

JOINT PREPARATORY RECITAL 



5:30 p.m. 

Tuesday, October 30. 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata K. 140 in D Major Domenico Scarlatti 

(1685-1757) 
Sonata K. 294 in D Minor Domenico Scarlatti 

Sonata No. 2 in G Minor, op. 22 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
So rasch wie moglich ,' 

Etude in C-sharp Minor, op. 25, no. 7 .Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

Sonata No . 2 in D Minor Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 

Vivace 

Concerto No . 2 Sergey Rakhmaninov 

(1873-1943) 
Allegro scherzando 

Miss Smith, piano 

INTERMISSION 
Sonata K. 105 in G Major Domenico Scarlatti 

Sonata K. 216 in E Major Domenico Scarlatti 

Sonata K. 18 in D Minor Domenico Scarlatti 

Sonata No. 17 in D Minor, op. 31, no. 2 

( "Tempest " ) Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Etude in G-flat Major, op. 10, no. 5 Fre*de*ric Chopin 

Masks , op . 40 Robert Muczynski 

(1929- ) 

Piano Concerto in D Minor, op. 23, no. 2 Edward MacDowell 

(1861-1908) 
Larghetto calmato 

Miss Roberts , piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY FACULTY JAZZ QUARTET 



Ray Smith, woodwinds Jeff Campbell, bass 

Steve Call, piano, tuba, Ron Brough, drums 

valve trombone 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, October 30, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 
O.K Scott Hamilton 

Karin's Tune (1983) Steve Call 

(1949- ) 
Barbara (1974) Horace Ward Silver 

(1928- ) 
Maiden Voyage (1973) Herbie Hancock 

(1940- ) 
On the Trail Ferde Grofe 

(1892-1972) 
Summer in Central Park (1972) Horace Ward Silver 

The Days of Wine and Roses . . Henry Mancini 

(1924- ) 

Skylark (1942) Johnny H. Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael 

(1909- ) (1899-1983) 

Wave Antonio Carlos Jobim 

Some Other Blues John Coltrane 

(1926-1967) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



THE BRASSWORKS 
FACULTY BRASS QUINTET 

David Blackinton, Newell Dayley, trumpets 
Gaylen Hat ton, horn Dan Bachelder, trombone and euphonium 
Steven Call, tuJba Ron Brough, percussion 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, November 1, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Rondeau Jean- Joseph Mouret — King 

(1682-1738) 

Four Dances Tylman Susato — King, Iveson 

(c. 1500-1561/4) 
Ronde 

Salterelle 
Pavane 
La Mou risque 

Alleluia, Alleluia William Byrd — Wise 

(1543-1623) 

Exhibition Fisher Tull 

(1934- ) 

Allegro 

Lament 

Frolic 

Waltz 

Ballade 

Finale 

Folk Song Fantasy Max D. Julio 

INTERMISSION 

Partita Miniatura Robert Lichtenberger 

Toccata 

Pastorale 

Finale 

Fantasia *••••*»* Gordon Jacob 

Mr. Bachelder, euphonium (1895- ) 

Bess , You Is My Woman Now George Gershwin — Lube 

(1898-1937) 
Just a Closer Walk Arr. by Don Gillis 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

SHARON ALDOUS, ««*• 

Student of Susan Goodfellow 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, November 7, 1984 

Madsen Recital 'Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Nocturne , op . 17 Franz Doppler 

(1821-1883) 
Suzanne Clayson, piano 

Sonata for Flute in A Minor, 

BWV 1013 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 
Bourree anglaise 

Trio No . 1 , op . 19 Francois Devienne 

(1759-1803) 
Allegro con gusto 
Adagio 
Tempo di mlnuetto con variazioni 



INTERMISSION 



Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano Claude Boiling 

(1930- ) 
Baroque and Blue 
Javanaise 
Irlandaise 

Steve Erickson, piano 
Darin Deardin, drums 

Sonata No. 2 in D Major, op. 94 Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 
Mode r at o 
Scherzo 
Andante 
Allegro con brio 

Suzanne Clayson, piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



ORPHEUS WINDS 

Ted Wight, flute 
Darrel Stubbs, oboe 
David Randall, clarinet 
Glenn Williams, bassoon 
Gaylen Hatton, horn 

with 

Mack Wilberg, piano 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, November 6, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Wind Quintet in B-flat Major, op. 56, no. 1 



Franz Danzi 
(1763-1826) 



Allegretto 
Andante con moto 
Menuett — Trio 
Allegro 



Concerto for Piano and Woodwind Quintet, 

op. 53 (1953) Wallingford Riegger 

(1885-1961) 

Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro molto 



Mr. Wilberg, piano 



INTERMISSION 



Le Tombeau de Coupe r in 



Maurice Ravel — Jones 
(1875-1937) 



Prelude: Vif 
Fugue: Allegro moderato 
Menuet: Allegro moderato 
Rigaudon: Assez vif 



BRICHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Musie 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



FKUUKftM 

Sonata Pietro Locatelli 

Largo 
Allegro 
Siciliano 
Allegro 

Yvonne Farnsworth, flute 
Corinne Teichert, piano 

Nocturne Franz Doppler 

Sharon Aldous, flute 
Suzanne Clayson, piano 

Caprice , no . 1 . . . » Anton Stamitz 

Caprice , no . 5 Anton Stamitz 

Caprice , no . 6 Anton Stamitz 

David Kern, flute 

Meditation , op . 42 . , no . 1 Pyotr II ' yich Tchaikovsky 

(1840-1893) 
Andante molto cantabile 

Jim Waite, violin 

Brady Allred, piano 

Concerto for Trumpet in D Major Georg Philipp Telemann 

(1681-1767) 
Largo 

Allegro 

Grave 

g Robert Peterson, trumpet 

Julie Farmer, organ 

Sonata from Die Bankel Sanger lieder Anonymous 

Agnus Dei G . . S . Pales trina 

(1525-1594) 

Fugue in G minor Johann Sebastian Bach-Decker 

(1685-1750) 

Love For Three Oranges Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 
Laura Billington, trumpet Glen Peterson, trumpet 

Steve Bunker, horn Lamont Lee f trombone Bryce Meaahum, tuba 

Brass Tones 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

William Tell Overture Rossini-Gattschalk 

Quodlibet on American Folk Tunes ("The Fancy 

Blue Devil ' s Breakdown" ) Ingolf Dahl 

Danse Macabre Camille Saint-Saens 

(1835-1921) 

Light Calvary Overture Franz von Suppe ' 

Rakoczy March Franz Liszt 

(1811-1886) 



Douglas Humpherys 
Paul Pollei 
Ronald Staheli 
Mack Wilberg 



Wednesday, October 31, 1984 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 



Department of Music 



Presents 



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1 1 




An American Opera in Four Acts 

Based on the play by 
Arthur Miller 



Music by 
Robert Ward 



8:00 p.m. 

November 1, 2, 7, 9, 10 1984 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



Libretto by 
Bernard Stambler 



BETTY PARRIS 

REVEREND SAMUEL PARRIS 

TITUBA 

ABIGAIL WILLIAMS 

ANN PUTNAM 

THOMAS PUTNAM 

REBECCA NURSE 

FRANCIS NURSE 

GILES COREY 

JOHN PROCTOR 

REVEREND JOHN HALES 

ELIZABETH PROCTOR 

MARY WARREN 

EZEKIEL CHEEVER 

JUDGE DANFORTH 

SARAH GOOD 

RUTH PUTNAM 

SUSANNA WALCOTT 

MERCY LEWIS 

MARTHA SELDON 

BRIDGETTE BOOTH 



CAST OF CHARACTERS 

(in order of appearance) 

Nov. 1, 9 
Debra Bounous 
James Murphy 
Andrea Evans 
Carol Ann Allred 
Martha Diaz 
David Warner 
Martha West 
Berk Charlton 
Dan Montez 
Jon Linford 
Barry Bounous 
Terri McKay 
Lynette Owens 
John Hansen 
Ken Shelley 
Rowena Greenwood 
Cheri Hancock 
Kate Heppinstall 
Cynthia Sorensen 
Pennie Peterson 
Carla Pratt 



Nov. 2,7,10 
Hilary Dalton 
James Murphy 
Mary Jane Guymon 
Debbie Benson 
Annette Frazier 
James Knudson 
Helen McCurdy 
Berk Charlton 
Keith Furrows 
Jon Linford 
Peter Van De Graaff 
Katrina Millet 
Robin Farnsley 
Tim Brewster 
Dennis Todd 
Rowena Greenwood 
Kaylynn Brown 
Kate Heppinstall 
Lorraine Radeke 
Pennie Peterson 
Lila Burrie 



SETTING 

Spring 1692, Salem, Massachusetts 

ACT I The Home of Reverend Parris 

ACT II Eight Days Later in the Home of John Proctor 

INTERMISSION 

ACT III Scene 1: Early Morning, Two Days Later, In the Forest 
Scene 2: The Same Afternoon, In Court 

ACT IV Fall of the Same Year at the Jail in Salem 



Produced by permission of GALAXY MUSIC CORPORATION (Sole Agent for Highgate 
Press) 



SYNOPSIS 

Act I 

The Reverend Samuel Parris kneels distraught at the bed of his daughter Betty. She lies 
immobile and scarcely breathing, as she has since Parris came upon her and her cousin Abigail 
dancing in the woods the night before. Tituba comes to ask about Betty but is angrily dis- 
missed. 

Abigail tells her uncle that the town suspects witchcraft and that he should go out to make 
denial. He interrogates her about the dancing and about her mysterious dismissal from the 
service of the Proctors. As she retorts that Goodwife Proctor arrogantly expected her to be a 
slave, the Putnams enter. Their Ruth has been stricken, too, and they have sent to nearby 
Beverly for the Reverend Hale, known for his skill in discovering witches. 

Parris anxiously doubts the presence of witches in Salem, and Rebecca and Francis Nurse 
enter with Giles Corey. Rebecca is comforting, but Giles is flippant about the girls' illness. He 
accuses Putnam of using a witch scare to defraud his neighbors of their land. John Proctor's 
entrance only fuels the quarrel. (Abigail, silent in Betty's room above, reacts with excitement 
to John's presence.) Rebecca reprimands them for this untimely squabble in a house of illness, 
calling them back to their senses. John and Giles depart. 

They sing a psalm to beseech God's help, and Betty begins to writhe on her bed; then with 
an unearthly shriek she tries to fly out the window. All rush to help her in great commotion, 
as Reverend Hale enters. He calms them authoritatively, and then begins a methodical in- 
quiry. He soon learns that Tituba was also present at the dancing. Ann Putnam avers that 
Tituba knows conjuring, and she is sent for. At Tituba's entrance, Abigail, who has been under 
severe inquisition by Hale, lashes out, accusing Tituba of compacting with the Devil. Tituba, 
overwhelmed, finally confesses that the Devil has visited her, but denies that he has persuaded 
her into any wrongdoing. 

As Tituba's confession breaks the spell over Betty, all return with fervor to the psalm. Abby 
passionately repents her own compact with Satan. 

Act II 

Returning from a day of planting, John finds his wife moody— the witch trials aggravate her 
domestic troubles, and Abby is at the center of both. Elizabeth, insisting that he expose 
Abby's fraud to Judge Danforth, concludes from John's reluctance that Abby still charms him. 
John responds that he has no witness to what Abby told him, and Abby would surely retaliate 
by revealing their adultery. And he is fed up with Elizabeth's condemnation of him. She in 
turn regrets the lost sweetness of their love. Abby, she says, will not confess, lest she damn 
herself. And what of those who suffer in jail because of John's silence? No, John must tear 
Abby from his heart. 

Mary Warren returns furtively from her day at court as one of Abby's crew of witchfinders. 
She breaks down telling that the arrested have tripled in number, and that Goody Osborn is 
condemned to hang! She is deeply troubled yet demonstrates how the hysterical excitement of 
the court turns her into an accuser even against her will. When John threatens to whip her if 
she returns to court, she blurts out that Goody Proctor herself has been mentioned in court 
and that only Mary's defense of her prevented an outright accusation. 

Elizabeth, convinced that Abby is behind this, again pleads with John to go to the court, 
when Reverend Hale and John Cheever enter with a warrant for her arrest. That very evening 
Abby has charged Elizabeth with using a witch's poppet to kill her. Mary reveals it is her 
poppet, but Hale, although increasingly uncertain, feels he still must arrest Elizabeth for ex- 
amination. 



John almost rushes out after them to prevent Elizabeth's detention, but instead turns threat- 
eningly to Mary. She is to tell her story in court, even if it provokesa charge of adultery from 
Abby and ruins both Abby and John completely— anything to save Elizabeth from suffering 
for his sake. 

Act III 

Scene 1. Abby tries to persuade John to abandon Elizabeth and to join her in the holy work 
of cleansing the corrupt town. He instead pleads that she free the town from the curse of her 
foolish wickedness. She defies him, and he promises to expose her fraud. Now whatever fate 
befalls Elizabeth, she says, will be of his doing. 

Scene 2. Judge Danforth's prayer in court is fervent with conviction; God surely is working 
through him to cleanse the land of a plague of witches. 

Giles Corey accuses Thomas Putnam, greedy for his neighbors' land, of having bragged of 
his role in the charges of witchcraft. Judge Danforth sends Corey to jail and torture for refus- 
ing to name his witnesses. But before being removed from court, Corey leaps at Putnam as 
the man responsible for the arrests of Giles, his wife, and Rebecca Nurse. 

John Proctor presents Mary Warren's deposition that the entire crying-out against witches 
began only as a game and is fraud. But in an effort to dispose of Elizabeth, he says, Abby 
continues the pretense, encouraged by his adultery with her, which he now confesses. But 
Elizabeth, ordinarily incapable of a lie, is brought in and fails to confirm John's confession. 

Then Abby accuses Mary herself of turning witch. Mary, first helpless and then hysterical, 
turns on John Proctor. She accuses him of being the Devil's man who has forced her into 
trying to confuse and overthrow the court. All but the Reverend Hale and Francis Nurse close 
in on John Proctor. 



Act IV 

Tituba and Sarah Good, imprisoned for months, sing of the Devil and his lies to them. Abby 
enters the prison yard, having bribed the jailer to permit Proctor to escape. John, although 
broken by months of prison and torture, scorns the freedom and love she proffers. Abby flees 
in tears. 

Hale and Parris try to persuade Judge Danforth to postpone the morning's scheduled execu- 
tions of Proctor and Rebecca Nurse. Salem may openly rebel at the execution of such respect- 
ed citizens. Danforth indignantly refuses, but agrees to ask Elizabeth to persuade her husband 
to confess. 

John and Elizabeth are left alone. She tells him that Giles Corey has been pressed to death 
rather than say aye or nay to the charge of witchcraft, but that many have confessed in order 
to save their lives. John reluctantly reveals his own wish to confess— if she will not think ill of 
him for lying. Passionately she answers that it was her lie that doomed him, that she wants 
him alive. Exultant, he shouts that he will confess to witchcraft. 

Danforth, Hale, and Parris rejoice— each for his own reasons— at John's decision, and Dan- 
forth urges Rebecca, brought in on her way to the gallows, also to confess. She refuses to 
damn herself with a lie. John is asked to sign his confession, that it may be exhibited before 
the town. But this is too much. He has shamed himself by confessing, and he will not set his 
hand to the destruction of his name and the eternal shame of his sons. He tears the document. 
In fury, Danforth orders John and Rebecca to be executed. Hale pleads that Elizabeth try to 
change John's mind while there is yet time. But she refuses: "He have his goodness now. God 
forbid I take it from him." 



"GODS ICY WIND"- 
NOTES ON THE PLAY AND THE OPERA, THE CRUCIBLE 



by Bob Nelson and Dennis Todd 



Man has a fearful capacity for evil, as well as for good. History often raises disturbing questions 
about his very nature: How could faithful Christians have encouraged the atrocities of the Crusades? 
Or condoned the excesses of the Inquisition? Or hidden their conscience so long from the enormity of 
the Holocaust? 

Such questions are raised afresh by The Crucible. From the rational perspective of nearly three cen- 
turies we are amazed that apparently sensible, God-fearing people like the Puritans of Salem could 
have gotten swept into the hysteria of witch trials. How could they actually have accused, imprisoned, 
and executed their own neighbors for witchcraft? 

The fact is that belief in witches was widespread in "civilized" Europe and her possessions. Thou- 
sands died for their "witchcraft" every year over a period of far too many centuries— a total of perhaps 
as many as two million souls. No less a figure than the king himself, James I of England— to whom we 
are indebted for the magnificent King James Bible— had written only a few years earlier his Daemono- 
logy, a detailed "scientific" examination of the workings of the powers of darkness. 

The Puritans, who fled religious intolerance in England, brought with them a belief in and perhaps 
even a preoccupation with the evils wrought by demons from the unseen world. Therefore, they, who 
sought to establish with God's help the perfect earthly theocracy, even the New Jerusalem, also fully 
expected Satan to bear down on them with all his might. The Satanic assault they were convinced 
they had discovered in their very midst might even prove to be the Devil's final offensive, the Arma- 
geddon, the ultimate struggle between good and evil. 

Playwright Arthur Miller offers us an explanation of what happened in Salem that is as unsettling as 
the questions it addresses: 

No man lives who has not got a panic button; and when it is pressed by the clean white hand of 
moral duty, a certain murderous train is set in motion. When irrational terror takes to itself the 
fist of moral goodness, somebody has to die. 

And Miller speaks with some authority, of course, because he was a close observer and even a victim 
of the terrifying effects of the McCarthyism of the 1950s. He later wrote: 

Astounded, I watched men pass me by without a nod whom I had known rather well for years; 
and again, the astonishment was produced by my knowledge, which I could not give up, that the 
terror in these people was being knowingly planned and consciously engineered, and yet all they 
knew was terror. That so interior and subjective an emotion could have been so manifestly cre- 
ated from without was a marvel to me. It underlies every word in The Crucible. 

The moral implications of what he saw in the America of the 1950s and the Salem of the 1690s 
struck him deeply. He later wrote about his play that: 

The real and inner theme . . . was the handing over of conscience to another, be it woman, the 
state, or a terror, and the realization that with conscience goes the person, the soul immortal, 
and the "name." 

Miller's play opened early in 1953 to tepid reviews; it was received much more warmly later in the 
decade, when the political climate had mellowed. The operatic version opened late in 1961 to very 
favorable reviews. The following year it received both the New York Critics' Circle Award and the 
Pulitzer Prize for Music. 



PRODUCTION STAFF 



Producer and Conductor Clayne Robison 

Stage Director Robert Nelson 

Orchestra Preparation Ralph G. Lay cock, 

Music Director of the Philharmonic 

Musical Coaches Brady Allred, Dan Perkins 

Jessica Worrell, Nancy Larsen 
Set and Lighting Designer Eric Fielding 

Assistant Lighting Designer Michael Handley 

Costume Designer Rory R. Scanlon 

Costumer Sandra Gray 

Assistant Costume Designers Colleen Mitchell 

Cynthia Miller 

Technical Directors O. Lee Walker 

Bruce L. Duerden 

Stage Manager Brad Winterton 

Master Electrician Doug Hendricksen 

Assistant Costumer Dixie Crystal 

Costume Crew Mary Ann Hales, Coleen John 

Nadine Low, Karen Monson 
Steven W. Parkin, Wanda Roberts 



Make-up Coordinator Sheryl Roberts 

Properties Dan Baldwin 

Scene Shop Foreman Brian LeCheminant 

Scene Shop Crew David Alverez 

John Raisor 
Eldon Randall 

Scenery Painters Gail Palmer 

Diane Cole 

Concert Manager Paul E. Duerden 

Assistant Concert Managers Maria Ellis 

Pam Bryan 
Lauren Machek 

Publicity Photographer Mark Philbrick 

Ticket Office Manager Patti Baker 



PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 

Ralph G. Lay cock, Music Director 

Clayne Robison, Conductor for The Crucible 



Violin I 


Bass 


Tuba 


Michael Abramson 


Eric Hansen (principal) 


Joel Kimsey 


Janet Byrnes 


Merritt Andrus 




Ann Crossland 


Jeff Campbell 
Scott Killpack 




Emily Evans 


Percussion 


Karen Hales 




John Chamberlain 


Meredith Jack 
Peggy Jellinghausen 
Ann Morell 


Flute & Piccolo 

Yvonne Farnsworth 


Mary Shambaugh 
Keeley Wolsey 
LaDon Linde 


Jeff Olpin 
Suzanne Ostler 


Miriam Jennings 
Elaine Huff 


Ron Brough 


Mark Taylor (concertmaster) 




Harp 

Janet Bensing 
Marni Bell 


John Tran 


Oboe 

Vera Loveless 


Violin II 


David Lines 




Marianne Bennion 






Chris Calderwood 

Beth Dalton 

Kim Dodson 

Jean Hill 

Carolyn Holm (principal) 


Clarinet 

Jenifer Girard 
Michelle Stark 




Robert Barrett 

W^illiam T .pp 




Heather McConkie 


TT llllCll 11 J—J^V^ 




Ann Norman 






Bret Parker 


Bassoon 




Amey Peterson 


Brian Peterson 




Lisa Stratton 


Stephen Bennett 
Cathy Chamberlain 




Viola 






Deborah Browning 


Horn 




Nancy Call (principal) 


Linda Seamons 




Kaye Davis 


Kirt Cundick 




James Dixon 


Michael Hainsworth 




Tracy Maughan 


Stephen Bunker 




Helen McCurdy 




James Quist 






Shauna Smith 


Trumpet 

Robert Peterson 
Evan Bateman 




Cello 


Shaun Heaton 




Julie Bennett (principal) 


Michael Siggard 




Cheryl Ann Call 






Ruth Clay 






Margaret Gardner 


Trombone 




Marc Guillian 


Mark Ammons 




Monika Rosborough 


Michael Earl 




Stuart Strauss 


Bryce Mecham 




Nancy Ward 


LaMont Lee 





Concert Royal /New York 
Baroque Dance Company 

Coming December 4, 1984, 8:00 p.m, 
de Jong Concert Hall 

Tickets on sale November 19, 1984 

Student/Faculty $4.00 

Senior Citizens $5.00 

General Public $5.50 

For more information call ext. 7444 



RRICIIAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Prelude from Sonata No. 9 in B-flat Minor Joseph Rheinberger 

(1839-1901) 

David Ralphs, organ 

Prelude and Fugue No. 21 in B-flat Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Visions Fugitive, op. 22, no. 1, 2, 3, 4 Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 

Passacaglia Walter Piston 

(1894- ) 

Dwight Ostergaard, piano 

Etude in A- flat Major "Aeolian Harp" Frederic Francois Chopin 

(1810-1849) 



First Miniature Quartet David Stone 

Moderato 

Adagio 

Allegro 

The Tangent Quartet 

Mary Ann Bennion, violin 
Rosemary Kimball, violin 
Joanne Rust, viola 
Stuart Strauss, cello 



Wednesday, November 7, 1984 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

Performing Arts Series 

presents 




JOSEPH ROBINSON, Oboe 



November 8, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



d?^X 




PROGRAM 



Concerto in D Minor for Oboe, Strings and Continuo (RV 242) Antonio Vivaldi 

(1678-1741) 
Allegro moderato 
Largo 
Allegro 

Six Metamorphoses after Ovid, op. 49, for Oboe Solo Benjamin Britten 

(1913-1976) 

1. Pan 

2. Phaeton 

3. Niobe 

4. Bacchus 

5. Narcissus 

6. Arethusa 



INTERMISSION 



Die Serenaden, op. 35 (Little Cantata on Romantic Texts] 



Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 



I. Barcarole 
An Phyllis 
Nur Mut 

II. Duett 

Der Abend 

Der Wurm am Meer 

III. Trio 

Gute Nacht 



Quartet in F Major for Oboe, Violin, Viola and Cello (K 370). 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Rondo: Allegro 



.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 



SERENADES, Op. 35 

Litrlc Cantata on Romantic Texts 



Barcarole 

Float, float, little boat, quickly 
through the lightly moving stream. 
Rock, rock, sweet waves, 
By that star's gold gleam. 

Ring, little song, out through the night; 
love watches and waits. 

Love, love, on the bank, reaching, 
faithful quick arms out before 
stretching, teasing, 
longingly out from the shore. 

Ring, little song, out through the night; 
love watches and waits. 

To Phyllis 

Phyllis, I would like to start some searches 
for wood violets underneath beeches; 
come and search with me. 

Phyllis, to find them we will have to look 
long and hard in the dark forest nook; 
and there I'll lie with thee. 

It Only Takes Courage 

From out of the clouds fall those showers; 

Man's happiest hours! 
All pain and trouble will depart 
If you get her kisses to lighten your heart. 

In kissing there's a magic blessing; 

in that be pressing. 
Why should you fear the thunderclout 
if only those red lips don't pout? 

Evening 

Man's loud pleasures fall silent; the sound 
of the earth as in dreams, strangely, 
with all its trees murmuring 
what the heart had scarcely found, 
about old times, soft mourning, 
through the breast, like heat lightning, 
light visions flicker round. 



The Sea Serpent 

Like the serpent out of the boundless sea 
man also wriggles from a dark wet womb 

not even caring how, quite endlessly 
he climbs up on his bit of earthly clay 
moistened with tears; and then he feels his way, 
grasping a bit of moss, some grass, some hay 
to stuff his mouth and that with care and gloom. 

Poor wretched man, how miserable his fate! 
He cares for nothing and moans pitifully; 
then comes the flood, the waves grow great. 
Once again he's drowned in the boundless sea. 

Good Night 

Good night! 

Look dear, what a splendid sight; 
golden moon with star-crown 'round 
smiling down at us on the ground 
from the deep blue sky, shedding light: 
Good night, sleep tight. 

Good night 

dear, day fades, no longer bright; 
a day of pleasure, dance and song, 
in golden shimmer, moves along 
and joins vanished days of delight. 
Good night, sleep tight. 

What might ever make me quite 
so happy as love that assures 



that 



you 



are mine 



and I 



yoursr 



The two of us are one it seems; 
Good night, sweet dreams. 

Good night 

my dear, soon the calling night 
will bring you to my warm embrace. 
When will I look into your face 
and close your deep blue eyes so bright? 
Good night, sleep tight. 



Concerto in D Minor for Oboe, Strings and Continuo 

Joseph Robinson, Oboe 
Brett Zumsteg, Harpsichord 
Constantin Gorea, Violin 
Andrea Hudson, Violin 
James Waite, Violin 
Suzanne Ostler, Violin 
Jean Hill, Violin 
Karen Hales, Violin 
Carol Sue Glasset, Viola 
Tracy Maughan, Viola 
Nina Wallenburg, Cello 
Eric Hansen, Bass 

Die Serenaden, Op. 35 

Joseph Robinson, Oboe 
Donna Dalton, Soprano 
David Dalton, Viola 
Julie Zumsteg, Cello 

Quartet in F Major for Oboe, Violin, Viola and Cello 

Joseph Robinson, Oboe 
Percy Kalt, Violin 
David Dalton, Viola 
Julie Zumsteg, Cello 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

ROSANNE PITT, «ute 

Student of Susan Goodfellow 



Assisted by: 

Roland Pitt, piano and harpsichord 

L. Ara Norwood, guitar 

Yvonne Farnsworth, flute 

Miriam Jennings, flute 

Carol Wagstaff, flute 

Sharon Aldous , flute 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, November 13, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata in D Major for Flute and 

Harpsichord Francois Devienne 

(1759-1803) 
Allegro con spirito 
Adagio 
Allegretto 

Entr ' acte Jacques Ibert 

(1890-1962) 

Koncert for Flojte og Orkester Carl Nielsen 

(1865-1931) 
Allegro moderato 
Allegretto 



INTERMISSION 



Konzert I, from Drei Konzerte fur 

fiinf Floten Joseph Bodin de Boismortier 

(1689-1755) 

Adagio 

Allegro 

Allegro 

Nocturne et Allegro Scherzando Phillipe Gaubert 

(1879-1941) 
Nocturne 
Allegro scherzando 

First Sonata for Flute and Piano Bohuslav Martinu 

(1890-1959) 
Allegro moderato 
Adagio 
Allegro poco moderato 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



SYMPHONIC BAND 

Daniel Bachelder, conductor 
and 

JAZZ ENSEMBLE 

Steve Call, conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, November 13, 1984 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Fugue to the Mountains Vaclav Nelhybel 

(1919- ) 

From Every Horizon Nonr.an Dello Joio 

(1913- ) 
Andante 
Adagio 
Allegro con spirito 

Toccata Girolamo Frescobaldi — Slocum 

(1583-1643) 
Russian Christmas Music Alfred Reed 

(1921- ) 
Sousa I John Philip Sousa — Barker 

(1854-1932) 
God of Our Fathers : Chorale-Prelude Claude T. Smith 

(1932- ) 

Symphonic Band 

INTERMISSION 

Perdido Juan Tizol — Wright 

Time Check Don Menza 

Captain Caribe Dave Grusin — Foley 

Basically Yours Thad Jones 

Hay Burner Sammy Nestico 

Ticker. Bill Holman — Wright 

Easy Street Don Costa — Jones 

Body and Soul John Green — Paich 

It's De-Lovely Cole Porter — Berry 

Bustling Jan McDougall — Nestico 

Jazz Ensemble 



SYMPHONIC BAND 
Daniel Bachelder, conductor 



Obo e 

Cheryl Barnett 

Flutes 

Marie d i. Lespinasse 
Sophia Kepas 
Heidi Rinaldi 
Kari Lamoreaux 
Wendy Martin 

Clarinets 
* Jenifer Girard 
♦Jean Boyles 

Donna Howard 

Julie McDougal 

Becky Weber 

Angela Elder 

Lise Moyes 

Barbara Marley 

Lavette Young 



Alto Saxophones 
Sam Hinds 
Tom Clark 

1'5! nor Saxo phone 
Tammy Mead 

Bar i to 1 1 e Saxophone 
Brian Affleck 

Bassoons 
Stephen Bennett 
Becky Jarors 
Sally Forest 



Trumpets 

Tracy Lynne Stefl 
Wylie Anderson 
Anthony Keele 
Laura Billington 
John Peterson 
Tyler Jarvis 
Scott Session 
Arlin Rogers 
Michelle Cromarty 
Dean Lee 
Mike Hansen 
Robert Finch 
Todd Welcher 

Horns 



Joe Suggs 
James Jenkins 
Bill Highland 
Rita Hieber 



Trombones 
Danny Turnblom 
Brian Pyper 
Sam Tsugawa 
Sandy White 

Bass Trombone 
Carl Hammer 
Mike Bennett 

B aritone s 
Jeff Hanson 
Jeff Howarth 
John McCleve 
Elizabeth Tree 

T uba 

Kevin Baker 

Paul Jones 

Pe rcussion 
Clark Cordner 
Sharon Brimley 
Ken Kirby 
*Mary Shambftugh 



JAZZ EMSEMBLE 
Steve Call, conductor 



Sa xoph ones 
John Brady 
Arnold Haskell 
Kevin Cox 
Jo Ellen Turley 
Gregg Pitt 



Tru mpets 
Scott Actan 
Warren Cordes 
Anthony Keele 
Jeff Archeleta 
Bill Forsyth 



Trombones 
Dave Becks tead 
Brian Pyper 
Rene" Gutierrez 
Murray Taylor 



P iano 

Chip Prince 

Bass 



Paul Jones 



Drums 
Ken Kirby 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

CINDY Y0UN6, ^zzo soprano 

Student of Margaret Woodward 

Assisted by: 

Clayton Williams , piano 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, November 14, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Magnificat in D, BWV 243 

Esurientes 
Et exultavit 

Zigeunerlieder , op. 103 



Johann Sebastian Bach 
(1685-1750) 



He, Zigeuner, greife 

Hochgettirmte Rimaflut 

Wisst ihr, wann mein Kindchen 

Lieber Gott, du weisst 

Brauner bursche fiihrt zum Tanze 

Roslein dreie in der Reihe 

Kommt dir manchmal 

Rote Abendwolken ziehn 



Johannes Brahms 
(1833-1897) 



Per lui che adoro, from L' Italiano in Alger i 



Gioachino Rossini 
(1792-1868) 



INTERMISSION 



Hotel, from Banalites Francis Poulenc 

(1899-1963) 
Voyage a Paris, from Banalites Francis Poulenc 

C. , from Deux poemes ' Francis Poulenc 

Memories Charles Ives 

(1874-1954) 
The Things Our Fathers Loved Charles Ives 

Serenity Charles Ives 

The Circus Band Charles Ives 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Etude , op. 25 , no . 2 Frede'ric Chopin 

(1810-1849) 
Jackie Bennett, piano 



Nigum" from the Baal Shem Suite Ernest Bloch 

(1880-1959) 

Jean Hill, violin 
Mike Hendriksen, piano 



Fantasia in D Minor Georg Philipp Telemann 

^ n (1681-1767) 

Dolce 

Allegro 

Spirituoso 

Glenda Jones, flute 



Sonatina Antonin Dvorak 

. . (1841-1904) 

Lar ghetto 

Molto vivace 

Finale 

Heather McConkie, violin 
Joanne Rust, piano 



Piano Concerto no. 2 in D Minor, op. 23 Edward MacDowell 

.' , . (1861-1908) 

Lar ghetto calmato 

Laurel Roberts, piano 



Wednesday, November 14, 1984 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JOHN KARL LORENTZEN, baritone 

Student of Brandt Curtis 



Assisted by: 

Chip Prince, piano and harpsichord 

Dan Perkins, t enor 

Suzanne Ostler, violin 

Janet Byrnes', violin 

Jim Waite, violin 

Julie Bennett, cello 

Pam Bryan, bass 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 

8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, November 15, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts' Center 



PROGRAM 



Si , tra i ceppi , from Berenice .George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 

quam tu pulchra es , from 

Symphoniae sacrae, op. 6, 

SWV 265 George Frideric Handel 

Honor and Arms , from Samson George Frideric Handel 



Verborgenheit, from Morike Lieder Hugo Wolf 

(1860-1903) 
Standchen , op . 17 , no . 2 Richard Strauss 

(1864-1949) 
Abendlied , op . 85 , no . 12 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
Meine Liebe ist grlin, op. 63, no. 5 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 

Bella siccome un angelo, from 

Don Pasquale Gaetano Donizetti 

(1797-1848) 

INTERMISSION 



Nell, op. 18, no. 1 Gabriel Faure 

(1845-1924) 

Romance , from Deux romances Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 

Chanson d 1 amour, op. 27, no. 1 Gabriel Faurd 

Lied Maritime, op. 43 Vincent d'Indy 

(1851-1931) 

Ouvre ton coeur, from Ivan IV Georges Bizet 

(1838-1875) 



The Vagabond, from 

Songs of Travel . . . Ralph Vaughan Williams 

(1872-1958) 
At the River, K. 101 Charles E. Ives 

(1874-1954) 

The Circus Band, from 

Five Street Pieces, K. 20 Charles E. Ives 

Autumn Is Gone John K. Lorentzen 

(1960- ) 

Sweet and Lowdown, from Tip-Toes George Gershwin 

(1898-1937) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

YVONNE FARNSWORTH, «ute 

Student of Susan Goodfellow 

Assisted by: 

Norene Emerson, piano 
Corinne Teichert, piano 
Jim Dixon, viola 
Curtis Davis, cello 
Karen Hales, violin 
Andre Herring, jbass 
Greg Ewart, piano 

in 

JUNIOR STUDENT RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 
Friday, November 16, 1984 
Room 251 
N. Eldon Tanner Building 



PROGRAM 

Fantaisie Georges Hue 

(1858-1948) 
Mrs. Emerson, piano 

Sonata Pietro Locatelli 

(1695-1764) 
Largo 
Allegro 
Siciliano 
Allegro 

Miss Teichert, piano 

Shades Andre Herring 

(1962- ) 

Daybreak 
Twilight 

Mr. Herring, Jbass Mr. Ewart, piano 

Airs valaques, fantaisie pour flute et piano, 

op. 10 Franz Dopple-r. 

(1821-1883) 
Mrs. Emerson, piano 

INTERMISSION 

Quartet No . 1 , op . 5 Franz Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Presto 
Adagio 

Minuetto — Trio 
Presto 

Mr. Davis, cello Miss Hales, violin Mr. Dixon, viola 

Variations on "Ah, vous dirai-je, maman" 

for Flute Solo Charles Henry Nicholson 

(1795-1837) 

Ballade Frank Martin 

(1890-1974) 
Mrs. Emerson, piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



DESERET STRING QUARTET 



Percy Kalt, violin David Dal ton, viola 

Barbara Williams, violin Julie Zumsteg, cello 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, November 16, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Quartet in A Major, op. 18, no. 5 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 

Allegro 

Menuetto 

Andante cantabile: Theme and Variations 

Allegro 

Lullaby George Gershwin 

(1898-1937) 



Quartet No. 2, op. 92 Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 
Allegro sostenuto 
Adagio 
Allegro 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 




Rebecca Wilcox, conductor 



and 



Mack Wilberg, conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, November 16, 1984 

De Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Magnificat Nicola Porpora 

(1686-1768) 

Lorraine Arbizu, Cathleen Barney, Sherie North, sopranos 

Annette Harrison, Jan Leavitt, April Webster, mezzo-sopranos 

Jill Clark, Jeri Ellingson, Sandra Petersen , altos 

1. My soul doth magnify the Lord. 

2. And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour. For he 
hath regarded the low estate of his handmaiden: for, 
behold, from henceforth all generations shall call me 
blessed. For he that is mighty hath done to me great 
things , and holy is his name . 

3. And his mercy is on them that fear him from generation 
to generation. 

4. He hath sheewed strength with his arm; he hath scat- 
tered the proud in the imagination of their hearts. He 
hath put down the mighty from their seats and exalted 
them of low degree. He hath filled the hungry with good 
things; and the rich he hath sent empty away. He hath 
helped his servant Israel, in remembrance of his mercy; 
as he spake to our fathers, to Abraham, and to his 
seed forever. 

5. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the 
Holy Ghost. 

6. As it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, 
world without end. Amen. 

II 

As the Hart Pants, from 42nd Psalm, op. 42.... Felix Mendelssohn 

(1809-1847) 

Psalm XIII, op. 27 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 



Ill 

Ave Maria Michael Head 

(1900-1976) 

Julie Graves, Amy Marlowe, Debra Swanson , sopranos 

Ave Maria, op. 96 Gustav Hoist 

(1874-1934) 

IV 

Dancing Song Zoltan Kodaly 

(1882-1967) 

Prelude for Women ' s Voices William Schuman 

(1910- ) 
Colleen Barner, soprano 



An Immorality 



Aaron Copland 
(1900- ) 



Deborah Tripp, soprano 



Mourn No Moe Peter Warlock 

(1894-1930) 

Finale , from The Gondoliers Arthur Sullivan 

(1842-1900) 
Elan McMahan and Dan Perkins, piano 

Women ' s Chorus 

INTERMISSION 

Let Their Celestial Concerts All Unite, 

from Samson George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 
In nomine Jesu, from Liber Gradualis 



In nomine Jesu Jacob Handl 

(1550-1591) 
At the name of Jesus every knee shall bow, of things 
in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the 
earth; and every tongue shall confess that our Lord 
Jesus Christ is in the glory of God the Father. 



Jubilate Deo, from Symphoniae Sacrae I -.Heinrich Schiitz 

(1585-1672) 

Praise ye the lord, with stringed instruments, organ 
and timpany. Sing, exult, and praise Him for his great- 
ness. Alleluia. 

II 

Slavonic Songs , op. 43 Antonin Dvorak 

(1841-1904) 
Gram 
Magdlein im Walde 

Dew glistening on the meadow grass, 

My cheeks are pale and I am weeping, 

My heart is grieving and my eyes are dimmed with tears. 

My heart is bowed down with bitter pain, 

And is grieving from morn until evening. 

I would not remember if I would forget my grief. 

My sorrows dwell in darkness and remain alone. 

See how the dew mourns on the green glistening grass , 

I am forsaken and cannot find comfort. 

A maid is in the green, leafy forest, 
A tear on her cheek damps her rosy glow. 
She is weeping deepest sorrow, 
That her heart may find comfort. 

"My faithless loved one has falsely left me, 
That I must live alone. 
Still I sit mourning by the brook, 
My heart is bitter and grieving." 



Ill 

Cry Out and Shout Knut Nystedt 

(1915- ) 
E'en So Lord Jesus Quickly Come Paul Manz 

O Sing unto the Lord ftorman Dello Joio 

(1913- ) 



IV 

What Shall We Do with the 

Drunken Sailor Arr. by Robert Shaw and Alice Parker 

Down in the Valley Arr. by George Mead 

Ride the Chariot Arr . by William Smith 

Men's Chorus 



Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence, 

op . 36a Gus tav Hoist 

Rebecca Wilcox, conductor 



Combined Choruses 



Women's Chorus 
Rebecca Wilcox, conductor 
Elan McMahan, accompanist 



Soprano I 
Cathleon Barney 
Carol Ann Bee ton 
Marqene Brown 
Adoana Chandler 
Deana K. Collins 
Janet Gardiner 
Julie ('rnves 
Al ice Hall 
Robyn Hayes 
Pamela Rocherhans 
n. Nad i no Mackinnon 
Amy Marlowe 
Andrea Ma zni ra 
diristine Mead 
Karen Monson 
Sher ie North 
Thais Peterson 
M^lonie Poulsen 
Sandie Rchnakeiiburq 
V.ilerie Stander 
l)ebra F wan son 
Deborah Tripp 
Betsy Wheeler 
Sue Wilde 

Patty Voung 

AltpJ 

Col le°n Barner 
Carrie Bradley 
Michel' 5 P. Ch ambers 
Jill Clark 
Kathleen Conroy 
Jeri Ellinqson 
MeJ anie Gall i ni 
Jannette Goodman 
Connie Larson 
Wendy Mobee 
Cloud ia Manaton 
Kirnberly Milius 
Mary leigh Moore 
Tamer a Park 
Michelle Parnaby' 
Sandra Petersen 
M. Dianne Seare 
•Janice Smith 
Tracy l.ynne Turek 
Rebecca Woortv/ozth 



St ring Ensemble 



Violins 
Jim Waite 
John Tran 
Mike Abramson 
Suzanne Ostler 

Viola 

Nancy Call 

Cello 

Julie nennett 



"Soprano I _I 

Jan a Andrews 

Lorraine Arbizu 

rarol Batchelor 

Marianne Broomhead 

Kristen Close 

Kathleen M. Cox 

Gina Crum Susan Grampton 

Alison Fuller 

Elizabeth Hanks 

Annette Harrison 

Anqela Hatch 

Susie Johann 

Browynn Murray 

Sandy Nielsen 

Noelle Robertson 

Kirnberly Staheli 

S. Del ana Tagqart 

Julie Tinqey 

I.ara Walker 

Apri 1 Webster 

Jil Whittle 

A I to_ 1 I 

Diane E. Arrington 
Cheryl 1 Beck 
Julie Call 
Julie Christensen 
Caroline Christy 
M^linsa Davis 
Hanneke de Groot 
Jill Forbes 
Valinda Jensen 
Rebecca Johnson 
Jan Leavitt 
Shelley McMurdie 
Catherine Morgan 
Jan Murdock 
Suzanne Pool 
Patty Robinson 
Jill Skeem 
Amy Stitt 
Jenifer Young 



Double bass 
Ben lleaton 



Organ 

Jeffrey Rasmussen 



H arpsich ord 

Elan McMahan 



Tenor 1 



Carson 



Men's chorus 
Mack Wilhertf, conductor 
Pan Perkins, assistant conductor 
[Man McMahan, accom[*anist 



Tenor II 



Maik Ammnnn Greg Bashaw 

Rraden Blake Greg Hoss 

joff Caitcr Kenley Butler 

Hon Cook Joseph Murphy 

Cordel Earl Ronald Sasine 

Eric T.uke Paul Smith 

Michael MrGee Brent Walker 

Pan Perkins Douglas Wallis 

Douglas lavage Glen Worthey 
Scot t Swj I h 

Pan en Turley Ba ss I I 

Reed Beard si ey 

Bass j Malt Pel Bianco 

John Barrow Milan Detweiler 



David Mariner 



j»ff Gruwell Tom Haws 

Mike llohl Jared Hi ride 

Eric Huntsman Steven Konner 

Michael .lames Wayne McCand less 

Gordon Jessee David Monson 

Brian Johnson Pavid Ream 

Totm Parson Keith Reber 

Mik~ Milne Michael Rosell 

John Muckols Steven Stokes 

Rohert Prosch 

li ik Prusse 

Scott Rasmussen 

Brandt Redd 

Hi -hard Rogers 

Pavid Savaqe 

Jon Rodgwick 

Steven St an fie Id 

Brian Walker 

Chad Wool ley 



COMING EVENTS 

Wind Symphony November 28, 1984 8:00 p.m. 
De Jong Concert Hall 

Christmas Concert November 30 and December 1, 1984 
De Jong Concert Hall 8:00 p.m. 
featuring: 

University Singers 
Concert Choir 
Men's Chorus 
Women's Chorus 
Children's Chorale 

Philharmonic Orchestra December 7, 1984 8:00 p.m. 
De Jong Concert Hall 

Tickets available at Music Ticket Office 
378-7444 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

NATAUSHA NOBLE, p±™° RUXTON NOBLE, P^no 

NATALYA NOBLE, p^o RYUN NOBLE, p^o 

Students of Harvev Rich 



in 



PREPARATORY PIANO RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Saturday, November 17, 1984 

Madsen Ilecital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

I 

Invention in F Major, BWV 779 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Etude in A Minor, op. 27, no. 3 Dmitry Borisovich Kabalevsky 

(1904- ) 
Natausha Noble 



II 

Invention in D Minor, BWV 775 Johann Sebastian Bach 

Prelude in D Major, BWV 936, from 

Sechs kleine Praludien Johann Sebastian Bach 

Polonaise in A Major, op. 40, no. 1 Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 
Ruxton Noble 



III 

Sonata in A Major, K. 113, L. 345 Domenico Scarlatti — -Miller 

(1685-1757) 
Marche militaire in D Major, 

op. 51, no. 1, D. 733 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 

Overture, from William Tell Gioachino Rossini — Gottschalk 

(1792-1868) 
Natausha and Ruxton Noble 



IV 

Rhapsody in B Minor Melvin Stecher and Norman Horowitz 

Superstars and Stripes Melvin Stecher and Norman Horowitz 

Natalya and Ryun Noble 



V 

If I Were a Rich Man, from 

Fiddler on the Roof Jerry Bock — Marwick 

I Could Have Danced All Night, from 

My Fair Lady Frederick Loewe — Rittman 

(1904- ) 
Natalya and Ryun Noble 
Natausha and Ruxton Noble 



VI 

There Is a Green Hill Far Away John Gower — Lyon 

Christ the Lord Is Risen Today Henry Carey — Lyon 

Natausha and Ruxton Noble 

VII 

Theme from Jce Castles Marvin Hamlish — Coates 

Theme from Arthur Burt Bacharach — Coates 

The Impossible Dream, from 

Man of La Mancha Mitch Leigh — Williams 

Natausha and Ruxton Noble 



VIII 

Warsaw Concerto Richard Addinsell 

(1904-1977) 
Natausha and Ruxton Noble 

A reception and buffet will be held in room E-400 following the 

program. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

MARIAN HINTZE MONSON, p«no 
RHODA VAUN YOUNG, P^no 



DUO-PIANO 
FACULTY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, November 17, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata for Two Clavi cembali 

in E Minor, PWV 528 Johann Sebastian Bach — Babin 

(1685-1750) 
Adagio — Vivace 
Andante 
Un poco allegro 

Duettino Concertante after Mozart Ferruccio Busoni 

(1866-1924) 

Suite No . 2 , op . 17 Sergey Rakhmaninov 

(1873-1943) 
Introduction Romance 

Waltz Tarantella 



D^vid and Goliath: Eleven Bible Scenes 

for Young and Old Victor Babin 

(1908-1972) 
On the ancient hills, under the clear wide sky 
David plays for King Saul 
David drives out Saul's evil spirit 
March of the Philistines 
Israel's lament 

Challenge of Goliath the Giant 
David's battle and victory 
The flight of the Philistines 
Israel's prayer of thanks 
The Israelites dance and rejoice 
End of the story 

D'un matin de printemps Lili Boulanqer— Francaix 

(1893-1918) 

Souvenirs Samuel Barber — Gold and Fizdale 

(1910-1981) 
Waltz Two-Step 

Schottische Hesitation Tango 

Pas de deux Galop 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE 

Ron Brough, conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, November 20, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Inmates Lullaby Arr. by Ron Brough 

Suite for Percussion William Kraft 

(1923- ) 
Fanfare 
Ostinatos 
Toccata 

El Montuno Pierre Beluse — Barrus 

(1947- ) 
Balk Talk Harry Breuer — Brough 

(1901- ) 
African Welcome Piece Michael Udow 

(1946- ) 
Quartet for Paper Bags Larry Spivack 

(1954- ) 
Cross the Heartland Pat Metheney — Rutland 

(1952- ) 
Percussion Ensemble 



John Chamberlain 
Megan Cordon 
Gery Decker 
Ken Kirby 



LaDon Linde 
Jeff Paris 
Steve Rowley 
Mary Shambaugh 



Shari Southworth 
Jeremy Staeka 
Keeley ^Jolsey 
Jeff Campbell, bass 



Braden Blake 
Joseph Murphy 
John Barrow 
David Monson 



Chorus 

David Ream 
Robert Prosch 
Mike Hohl 
Glen Worthey 



Greg Bashaw 

R. Scott Rasmussen 

Mike James 

Kevin McGee 

Tom Haws 

Eric Huntsman 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



UNIVERSITY CHORALE 

Donald H» Ripplinger, director 
Marilyn White, assistant 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, November 20, 1984 

De Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Six Choruses, from Elijah Felix Mendelssohn 

(1809-1847) 
Help, Lord 

Baal, We Cry to Thee 
Call Him Louder 
Cast Thy Burden upon the Lord 
The Fire Descends from Heaven 
Thanks Be to God 

Kelvin Smith and Michael Babbitt, piano 
Hester Davenport, narrator 

Shepherd Me Lord Gershon Kingsley 

(1928- ) 
Emelia Mele, piano 

Rainsong Houston Bright 

(1916-1970) 

Psalm 100 Heinz Werner Zimmerman 

(1930- ) 
Dennis Pratt and David Fullmer, trumpets 
David Beckstead, trombone 
Kevin Denison, tuba 

Gently , Gently Jackson Berkey 

(1942- ) 
Eve Terran, alto 
Heidi Hamilton, piano 

Misty Morning Carl J . Nygard Jr . 

(1947- ) 
Debbie Smith, piano 

An American Tribute Robert Cundick 

(1927- ) 
Cindy Jackman, piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



y -. ' 



Ballade in F Minor, op. 52 .Frederic Francois Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

Sonata in D Major, op. 10 no. 3 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Presto 

Dwight Blazin, piano 

Furioso and Valse in D Minor Earl Hatch 

Keely Wolsey, marimba 

Quatre Variations Sur Un Theme de Domenico 

Scarlatti Marcel Bitsch 

Jeff Grundvig, trumpet 
Susanne Young, piano 

Ricercare and Toccata on a theme of "Old Maid and the 

Thief" Gian Carlo Menotti 

Kary Billings, piano 



Wednesday, November 21, 1984 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JANET A. BYRNES, vioim 

Student of Barbara Williams 

Assisted by: 

Alan Giambattista, piano 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, November 27, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata No. 1 in G Major, op. 78 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Vivace ma non troppo 
Adagio 
Allegro molto moderato 

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, op. 14 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 
Allegro 
Andante 
Presto in moto perpetuo 

Baal Shem (Three Pictures of Chassidic Life.). Ernest Block 

(1880-1959) 
Vidui (Contrition) 
Nigun (Improvisation) 
Simchas Torah (Rejoicing) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



WIND SYMPHONY 

David Blackinton, conductor 
Daniel Bachelder, euphonium 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, .November. 28, 1984 

De Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Marche Hongroise, from 

La Damnation de Faust Hector Berlioz — Smith 

(1803-1869) 

An Outdoor Overture Aaron Copland 

(1900- ) 

Fantasia for Euphonium and Band Gordon Jacob 

(1895- ) 
Daniel Bachelder, euphonium 

Pines of the Appian Way, from 

The Pines of Rome Ottorino Respighi 

(1879-1936) 

INTERMISSION 



Marche Caprice Frederick Delius — Boyd 

(1862-1934) 
Music for Band Gaylen Hatten 

Dixie Dom Emmett- — Gould 

(1815-1904) 

Divertimento for Band, op. 12 Vincent Persichetti 

(1915- ) 

Prologue 

Song 

Dance 

Burlesque 

Soliloquy 

March 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

PERCY KALT, ^im 
IRENE PEERY, p^o 



in 



FACULTY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, November 28, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Romance in G Major , op. 40 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 

Fantasia in C Major Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 

INTERMISSION 

Sonate (In memory of Federico Garcia Lorca) Francis Poulenc 

(1899-1963) 
Allegro con fuoco 
Intermezzo 
Presto Tragico 



Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, op. 28. . . .Camille Saint-Saens 

(1835-1921) 

Introduction and Tarantella, op. 43 Pablo de Sarasate 

(1844-1908) 

Preludes George Gershwin — Heifetz 

(1898-1937) 
Allegro ben ritmato e deciso 
Andante con moto e poco rubato 
Allegro ben rimato e deciso 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



"The Marmonious Blacksmith," from Suite No. 5 . . . George Frederic Handel 

(1685-1759) 



Valerie Fields, harpsichord 



Sonata No. 2 in D Major, op. 94 

Moderato scherzo 

Andante 

Allegro con brio 



Sergy Prokofiev 
(1891-1953) 



Suzanne Ostler, violin 
Spencer Thompson, piano 



Concerto H. 467 in C Major Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro naestoso 
Andante 
Allegro vivace assai 



Suzanne Ostler, piano 
Harriet Petherick, piano 



Op. V No. IV Archangelo Corelli 

Adagio 

Allegro 

Vivace 

Adagio 

Allegro 

Eric Fisher, recorder 
Becky Price, piano 



Wednesday , November 28, 1984 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



WIND SYMPHONY 

David Blackinton, conductor 
Daniel Bachelder, euphonium 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday , . November. 28 , 1984 

De Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Marche Hongroise, from 

La Damnation de Faust Hector Berlioz — Smith 

(1803-1869) 

An Outdoor Overture Aaron Copland 

(1900- ) 

Fantasia for Euphonium and Band Gordon Jacob 

(1895- ) 
Daniel Bachelder, euphonium 

Pines of the Appian Way, from 

The Pines of Rome Ottorino Respighi 

(1879-1936) 

INTERMISSION 



Marche Caprice Frederick Delius— Boyd 

(1862-1934) 
Music for Band Gaylen Hatten 

Dixie Dom Emmett — Gould 

(1815-1904) 

Divertimento for Band, op. 12 Vincent Persichetti 

(1915- ) 

Prologue 

Song 

Dance 

Burlesque 

Soliloquy 

March 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Concerto Grosso in D Major, op. 6, no. 1 



Largo — allegro 
Largo- -allegro 
Largo — allegro 
Allegro 



Arcangelo Corelli 
(1653-1713) 



John Tran, violin 

Jean Hill, violin 

Curtis Davis, cello 



Air 



J. S. Bach — Wilhelmj 
(1685-1750) 



Serenade for Strings, op. 20 

Allegro piacevole 

Larghetto 

Allegretto 



Edward El gar 
(1857-1934) 



String Orchestra 
Mark Taylor, conductor 



Sonata for Violin 



Sonata for Piano 



Susanne Ostler, violin 
Spencer Thompson, piano 



Susanne Ostler, piano 



Johannes Brahms 
(1833-1897) 



Franz Liszt 
(1811-1886) 



Thursday, November 29, 1984 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

VIVIAN HARMER, ««* 

Student of Ted Wight 

Assisted by: 

Cecilia Ballard, flute 
Jeff Romero, piano 
Phillip White, guitar 

in 

SOPHOMORE RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, November 29, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S . Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata in D Major for Flute and Piano... George, Frideric Handel 

(1685-1750) 

Adagio 
Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegro 

Mr. Romero, piano 

Duets from Die Zauberflb % te , K. 620 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 

Wie Stark ist nicht dein Zauberton 

Bewahret euch vor Weibertlicken 

In diesen heiligen Hallen 

O Isis und Osiris 

Ein Madchen oder Weibchen 

Miss Ballard, second flute 

Sonata for Flute and Piano Francis Poulenc 

(1899-1963) 

Allegro malinconico 

Cantilena 

Presto giocoso 

Mr. Romero, piano 



INTERMISSION 

Sonata in C Major for Flute and Guitar, 

BWV 1033 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Andante — Presto 
Allegro 
Adagio 



Greensleeves hrr . by Charles Wolzien 

Mr. White, guitar 



Sonata for Flute and Piano Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 
Cheerful and animated 
Very Slow 
Lively — March 



Mr. Romero, piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 



Presents 



CHRISTMAS CHORAL CONCERT 

FEATURING THE 





BYU CHILDREN'S 
CHORALE 



3:00 p.m. 

Friday November 30, 1984 

Saturday, December 1, 1984 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

I 

Alleluia for Advent Robert Scholz 

Women's Chorus, Men's Chorus, and Concert Choir 

II 

Hodie Chris tus natus est Giovanni Gabrieli 

(1555-1612) 

Verbum caro factum est Hans Leo Hassler 

D a »ii a * +. (1562-1612) 

Brady Allred, conductor 

Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden, BWV 230. . . . Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Praise the Lord, all ye nations: 
Praise Him all ye people; 
For His grace and truth 
Watch over us for evermore. 
Alleluia. 

Puer nobis Richard Rodney Bennett 

(1936- ) 

Holy Night Adolphe Adam 

(1803-1856) 

Brigham Young University Singers 



Ill 

This Day Christ Was Born William Byrd 

(1543-1623) 

Virga Jesse floruit Anton Bruckner 

(1824-1896) 
The rod of Jesse hath blossomed: 
A virgin hath brought forth One 
Who was both God and man: 
God hath given back peace to man, 
Reconciling the lowest with the 
Highest to Himself. 



Christmas Cantata Daniel Pinkham 

(1923- ) 
Quern vidistis pastores? 
magnum mysterium 
Gloria in excelsis Deo 

Shepherds , whom have you seen? 
Speak! Tell us who appeared on earth. 
We saw the newborn baby and we heard 
The angels praising the Lord. Alleluia. 

how great the mystery and wondrous 
The sacrament that even animals might 
See the Lord at His birth, lying in the 
Manger. Blessed Virgin, worthy was 
Thy womb to bear the Lord Christ. 

Glory to God in the highest 
And on earth peace to men of 
Goodwill. Rejoice in the Lord, 
All men on earth, worship the 
Lord in gladness; enter His 
Presence with songs of exultation. 
Know that the Lord is God; He has 
Made us and we are his own. Alleluia. 

Concert Choir 



IV 



Hosanna Rita Robinson — Hill 

Were You There on That Christmas Night Natalie Sleeth 

Winter Song Stephen Paulus 

The Star Carol Alfred Burt 

We Wish You a Merry Christmas English Carol 

Children's Chorale 

INTERMISSION 

V 

He Is Born Arr . Robert Wetzler 

Sandefur Schmidt, conductor 

Ding Dong! Merrily on High Traditional French Carol 

Brady Allred, conductor 

Twelfth Night Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 

Bethlehem Down Peter Warlock 

(1894-1930) 

Benedicamus Domino Peter Warlock 

The Secret of Christmas James Van Heusen — Staheli 



We Need a Little Christmas Jerry Herman — Staheli 

Brigham Young University Singers 



VI 

Tommorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day John Gardner 

(1917- ) 

Sing Lullaby Herbert Howells 

(1892-1983) 

From out of a Wood (Carol of the Birds) Arnold Freed 

(1926- ) 



Yule Full of Gladness Norwegian Carol , 

arr. by Carolyn Jennings 

Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine German Carol , 

arr. by Mack Wilberg 

Deck the Hall English Carol , 

arr. by Gene Puerling 

Concert Choir 



VII 

Sussex Carol English Carol , 

arr. by Dale Wood 

Choral Fanfare for Christmas Ron Nelson 

Brigham Young University Singers, Concert Choir, 
Men's Chorus, Women's Chorus, and Synthesizer Ensemble 



Brigham Young University Singers 

Ronald J Staheli , director 
Sandefur Schmidt and Brady Allred, assistant directors 



Sopranos 



Altos 



Carol Ann G. Allred 
Hilary Dalton 
Jana Dewey 
Cheri H. Hancock 
Nancy Larson 
Allison Prestwich 
Mary Reeve 
Yvette Ward 
Krista Lee Wright 

Tenors 



Brent Braithwaite 
Tim Brewster 
Paul Broomhead 
Stephen Bement 
Rob Hancock 
Gary Miner 
Curtis Rindlisbaker 
John Sasine 
Gale Skousen 



Tracey Fredman 
Janet Humpherys 
Helen McCurdy 
Lorri P. McHardy 
Katrina Millet 
Vanes a Read 
Sandefur Schmidt 
Kristin Smyth 
Alice Warner 
Martha West 

Basses 



Brady Allred 
Berkley Charlton 
Boyd Craig 
Jon Lin ford 
Carlos Lingard 
Gregor McHardy 
Chris Read 
Marl in Smith 
Vaughn Stephenson 
Mike Wadsworth 
David Warner 



Brigham Young University Singers Council 

Boyd Craig, president 

Janet Humpherys, vice-president 

Hilary Dalton, women's social chairman 

Gary Miner, men's social chairman 

Jana Dewey, women's dress chairman 

Bront Braithwaite, men's dress chairman 

Carlos Lingard, treasurer 

Mary Reeve, secretary 

Yvette Ward, historian 

Chris and Vanesa Read, publicity chairmen 

Steve Bement, photographer 

Martha West, passport person 

Curtis Rindlisbaker, set-up chairman 



Concert Choir 
Mack Wilberg, director 
Cary Cammack and Daniel Wallenberg, assistant conductors 



Sopranos 



Cynthia Anderson 
Jennifer Barton 
Jennifer Brown 
Susan Bullock 
Ruth Christensen 
Ruth Clegg 
Robin Farnsley 
Julie Fielding 
Annette Frazier 
Marcia Hatch 
Dianna Hope 
Tara Janson 



Julie Johnson 
Carie Juchau 
Patricia Lathrop 
Lori Lish 
Kresten Matich 
Rebecca Olpin 
Charlene Padgett 
Ginger Peterson 
Pennie Peterson 
Carla Pratt 
Lynette Toronto 



Altos 

Cheryl Brown 
Stacey Brown 
Lila Burrie 
Leann Clark 
Carolyn Cook 
Jillayne Hales 
Lisa Harston 
Gretchen Hubbert 
Debbie Larsen 
Michelle Lingren 
Amy Parker 
Jennifer Parker 



Barbara Peterson 
Lori Pincock 
Glenda Stone 
Rinda Taylor 
Alison Westenskow 
Mar i anna Whi taker 
Linda Woodruff 
Cindy Young 



Tenors 



Basses 



Richard Andrus 
Richard Bigler 
Shaun Butler 
David Christensen 
Karl Ebeling 
Kelly Fullmer 
David Hunt 
Michael Kennelly 
David Kern 
Joe McDaniel 
Rodney McDonnell 
James Murphy 



Allen Pack 
Robert Paietta 
Daniel Perry 
Richard Ussell 
Ken Shelly 
Larry Whipple 



Ryan Anderson 
Michael Basford 
Clark Bassett 
Keith Bradshaw 
Drew Christensen 
Mark Cook 
Gery Decker 
Vaughn Fairbanks 
David Fisher 
Paul Frederickson 
Darren Gillett 
Barry Goldberg 



Chad Kearsley 
Sean Lindsay 
Rourke Mace 
Curtis Martin 
Dwight Ostergaard 
Mark Olivier 
Dallas Peterson 
Vernon Richardson 
Chip Schlesser 
James See ley 
Kelly Sorenson 



Choir Officers 



James Seeley, president 

Dallas Peterson, vice-president 

Alison Westenskow, secretary 

Susan Bullock, treasurer 

Dwight Ostergaard, accompanist and co-social chairman 

Jennifer Barton, co-social chairman 



Children's Chorale 
Marlene Bachelder, director 
Robin Holland, accompanist 



Melissa Antoccia 
Jason Bachelder 
Kevin Bachelder 
John Allen Black 
Sarah Elizabeth Black 
Sage Lorraine Boyer 
Jesse Carter 
Ruth Nels Henderson 
Heide Hollist 
Janika Isakson 
Gina Jackson 
Tyler Jacxson 
Jonathan Knudsen 
Lindsay K. Lichfield 
Michael D. Lichfield 
John Nielsen 
Stephanie Oiler ton 
Rachel Ann Rasmus sen 



Stephanie Reay „ 
Rebecca M. Ricks 
Sarah Skousen 
Maure Smith 
Cammy Stephens 
Cathy Stephens 
Robyn Ann Stohlton 
Scott B. Stohlton 
Stacey Stohlton 
Jennifer C. Stout 
Emily Sue Tidwell 
Amber Timms 
Britney Timms 
Iralani Uluara 
Jennifer Walton 
Whitney Welch 

Elizabeth Winkle 
Emily Winkle 
Marila Winkle 



Brigham Young University Synthesizer Ensemble 
H. Jarolde Harris, director 
Mike Ohman 
Larry Pearson 

B righam Young University Brass Choir 
Daniel F. Bachelder, director 



Trumpets 

Laura Billington 
David Krueger 
Michael Siggard 
Tracy Lynne Stefl 



Horns 

Stephen Bunker 
Kirt Cundick 
Tina Curtis 
Linda Seanons 

Tuba 

Kevin Baker 



Trombones 

Bryce L. Mecham 
Loel Temple 
Sam Tsugawa 

Euphonium 

Jeff Hanson 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 

Ralph G. Laycock, director 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, November 30, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sinfonia, from Lo Speziale , Hob. Ia/10 
Presto — Andante — Presto 



Franz Joseph Haydn 
(1732-1809) 



Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F Major, 

BWV 1047 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro assai 

Jeff Grundvig, piccolo trumpet 
Steve Alder, flute 
Barbara Peterson, oboe 
Mark Taylor, violin 

INTERMISSION 



Symphony No. 39 in 

E-flat Major, K. 543 

Adagio — Allegro 
An ad ante con moto 
Menuetto — Allegretto 
Finale: Allegro 



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
(1756-1791) 



Chamber Orchestra 
Personnel 



Violins 

Mark Taylor, concertinas ter 

Michael Abramson 

Emily Evans 

Karen Hales 

Jean Hill 

Ann Morrell 

Suzanne Ostler 

Bret Parker 

John Tran 

Jim Waite 



Flute 



Steve Alder 



Oboes 

Barbara Peterson 
Vera Loveless 



Clarinets 



Violas 



Alan Portzline 
Robert Barrett 



Nancy Call, principal 
Deborah Browning 
Tracy Maughan 
James Quist 



Bassoons 

Brian Peterson 
Cathie en Chamberlain 



Cellos 

Julie Bennett, principal 
Ruth Clay 
Margaret Gardner 



Horns 

Philip Bonney 
Michael Hainsworth 



Basses 

Eric Hansen, principal 
Scott Killpack 



Trumpets 

Jeff Grundvig 
Evan Bateman 
Michael Siggard 



Harpsichord 
Brett Zumsteg 



Timpani 

John Chamberlain 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JAMES MOORE, tenor 

KATHLEEN SASNETT, soprano 



Assisted by: 
Elizabeth Moore, piano 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Friday, November 30, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Amorosi miei giorni Stephano Donaudy 

(1879-1925) 
Cuor mio , cuor mio non vedi Stephano Donaudy 

bei ni di d f amore Stephano Donaudy 

Ms. Sasnett 

In der Fremde , op . 39 , no . 1 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
In der Fremde , op . 39 , no . 8 Robert Schumann 

Frulingsnacht, op. 39, no. 12 Robert Schumann 

Morgen , op . 27 , no . 4 Richard Strauss 

(1864-1949) 
Zueignung , op . 10 , no . 1 Richard Strauss 

Mr . Moore 

The Jewel Song, from Faust Charles Gounod 

(1818-1893) 
Ms . Sasnett 

Leon's Aria, from Signor Deluso Thomas Pasatieri 

(1945- ) 

Mr . Moore 

INTERMISSION 

Lamento Henri Duparc 

(1848-1933) 
Serenade Florentine Henri Duparc 

Le Manoir de Rosemonde . . .Henri Duparc 

Mr . Moore 

Fair House of Joy Roger Quilter 

(1877-1953) 

Go 'way from My Window Arr . by John Jacob Niles 

(1892- ) 



Lullaby for a Lost Child Thomas Pasatieri 

(1945- ) 

Coloured Stars Bainbridge Crist 

(1883-1969) 
Ms . Sasnett 

Ton coeur n'a pas compris le mien, from 

Les Pecheurs de Perles Georges Bizet 

(1838-1875) 
Ms. Sasnett and Mr. Moore 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

SUZANNE OSTLER, vioim 

Student of Barbara Williams 



Assisted by: 

Harriet Petherick, piano 

Spencer Thompson, piano 

in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



4:00 p.m. 

Saturday, December 1, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata No. 1 in G Major, op. 78 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1397) 
Vivace ma non troppo 
Adagio 
Allegro molto moderato 

Miss Petherick, piano 

Sonata No. 2 in D Major, op. 94a Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 

Moderato 

Scherzo 

Andante 

Allegro con brio 

Mr. Thompson, piano 

Liebesfreud Fritz Kreisler 

(1875-1962) 
Liebeslied Fritz Kreisler 

Tambourin Chinois Fritz Kreisler 

Miss Petherick, piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

T. MARK AMMONS, trombone 
Student of Daniel Bachelder 



Assited by: 

Dan Perkins, piano 

Carol Ann Allred, soprano 



in 

STUDENT RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, December 4, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Cavatine, op. 144 Camille Saint-Saens 

(1835-1921) 

Fantasie in A Minor Georg Philipp Telemann 

(1681-1767) 
Moderato 
A tempo giusto 

Deux danses Jean -Michel Defaye 

(1932- ) 
Danse profane 

Sonata in F Major Arcangelo Corelli 

(1653-1713) 
Preludio: Adagio 
Sarabanda: Largo 
Gavotta: Moderato 
Giga: Allegro 

Two Songs for Soprano and Bass Trombone Marshall Bialosky 

(1923- ) 

The Quarry 
The Drangonfly 

Mrs . Allred , soprano 

Sonatina for Trombone and Piano Bryan Kelly 

(1934- ' ) 
Agitato 
Con duolo 
Allegro giocoso 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

Performing Arts Series 
presents 




THE NEW YORK BAROQUE DANCE COMPANY 

and 
CONCERT ROYAL 



December 4, 1984 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine A rts Center 



PROGRAM 

"A Tercentenary Celebration" 

Ouverture No. 2 in B Minor for Flute, Strings, and Johann Sebastian Bach 

Continuo, BWV 1067 (1685-1750) 

Lentement-Vif-Lentement 

Rondeau 

Sarabande v 

Bourree I-Bourree II 

Polonaise et Double 

Menuet 

Badinerie 

Salve Regina (1757) for Soprano, Strings, and Continuo Domenico Scarlatti 

(1685-1757) 
Salve Regina, Mater misericordiae; 
Vita, dulcedo, et spes nostra, salve. 
Ad te clamamus, exsules filii hevae, 
Ad te suspiramus, gementes et flentes, 
In hoc lacrimarum valle. 

Eja ergo, advocata nostra, 
Illos tuos misericordes oculos ad nos converte, 
Et Jesum, benedictum fructum ventris tui, 
Nobis post hoc exsilium ostende. 

O clemens, o pia, o dulcis Virgo Maria. Amen. 
(Hermannus Contractus, lithe.) 

Hail holy queen, mother of mercy; 

Our life, our sweetness, and our hope, hail! 

To thee we cry, poor banished children of Eve 

To thee we send up our sighs, mourning and weeping, 

In this valley of tears. 

Turn then, most gracious advocate, 

Thine eyes of mercy toward us, 

And send unto us the blessed fruit of thy womb, Jesus. 

O merciful, o loving, o sweet Virgin Mary. Amen. 

INTERMISSION 

Terpsichore (1734): Prologue to II pastor fido 

(second version) on a libretto by Giacomo Rossi George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 



Apollo 


Drew Minter 


Erato 


Ann Monoyios 


Terpsichore 


Catherine Turocy 


Muses 


Ann Jacoby 




Luisa Meshekoff 




Patricia Beaman 



Terpsichore 

When Handel reached London for the second time in the early autumn of 1712, having begged leave 
of the Elector of Hanover, soon to become England's own George I, he was immediately determined to 
take the lead position in the city's operatic life, never intending to return to the German provinces. His 
opera company was to flourish under the patronage of the Earl of Burlington and his mother, the Dowa- 
ger Countess, an influential salonniere of the day. Handel eventually even took up quarters in their Picca- 
dilly palace, Burlington House. 

The young Earl was an English Arcadian and opera enthusiast, so what more likely a subject for Hand- 
el's first venture than a pastoral classic. With his incredible facility, the composer dashed off his first 
version of II pastor fido to a libretto equally hasty in its composition written by the secretary and official 
librettist of the Handel-Heidegger opera company, one Giacomo Rossi. Such of the music as was not 
drawn from Handel's earlier works, in the pasticcio tradition of 18th-century opera production, must have 
been cobbled together very quickly, largely in Hanover before the journey to England. Finished on Octo- 
ber 24th and produced on November 22nd, the opera was a fiasco, receiving only six performances and a 
fistful of adverse reviews. Addison and Steele, for all the stylistic merit of The Spectator, were not the most 
astute critics of music and, in any case, were inimical to Handel for one reason or another. They pub- 
lished a lethal critique. The absence abroad of the ruling favorite singer, the castrato Nicolini, and the 
inadequate substitute provided, did not help Handel's cause either. 

But the composer was not so easily downed. He went on to produce Teseo shortly afterward with great 
success, launching him on his brilliant London operatic career. He must have kept a warm spot in his 
heart, however, for II pastor fido. Some twenty-two years later Handel extensively revised this pastoral, at 
first in a version created primarily to feature the dancing of the Parisian ballerina, Marie Salle and her 
troupe, and entitled Terpsicore in honor of the Muse of the Dance. 

This production in May of 1734 was almost immediately followed in November by a further revised 
version, which enjoyed all the success that had been denied to the 1712 presentation. Handel was greatly 
taken with the French dances of Mile Salle's company, resident at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, and 
it was in this house rather than in one of the Haymarket theaters that the autumn production was 
mounted. He subsequently included many dance movements in French style for her in later operas, such 
as Ariodante and Alcina, both produced at Covent Garden in 1735, soon after the triumph of II pastro 
fido, due in no small part to its addition of balletic to vocal virtuosity. 

We can all be grateful that Handel's faith in his "Faithful Shepherd" persisted. Performances in our 
time are always founded on the 1734 final revision, and it is this score that formed the basis for the 
edition prepared by James Richman for the New York premiere production of 1983. In the Terpsicore 
prologue, created for the 1734 production, Apollo notes the absence of Terpsichore from the muses who 
surround him, after which she enters and dances for us, representing the union of Dance with Music and 
Emotion. 

© Notes by Howard Schott 
1983 



Ouverture No. 2, BWV 1067 

Bach's Ouverture No. 2 comes down to us in a set of parts dating from 1738-39, probably prepared for 
use in his Collegium Musicum in Leipzig. It has been traditional to ascribe the composition of this work 
to the Cothen period, when a great deal of instrumental music was written. However, it seems more 
likely that this work, along with several others involving difficult writing for the transverse flute, belongs 
to the period of the second cycle of Leipzig cantatas (1724) when Bach wrote several flamboyant solos for 
the instrument, probably for the court flutist Pierre-Gabriel Buffardin 

This work, in our opinion, is a true "overture" in the operatic style, consisting of what we now call a 
"French Overture" and several dances immediately following it. For an overture to be structured in this 
way is common in Handel, as seen for example in Alcina, II pastor fido, Berenice, and the remarkable eight- 
movement overture to Rodrigo consisting of the "French" overture followed by a Gigue, Sarabande, Mate- 
lot, Menuet, Bourree, Menuet and Passacaille. Bach, as is his wont, writes an expansive array of dances 
and thus increases the total length beyond what others would ordinarily have done. But as this is true of 
the scope of all his work as a rule, we should hardly be surprised that he does the same with the overture. 
What does seem quite wrong is to consider this piece as a suite in the usual sense. 

The first movement is a typical Bachian version of the overture movement which comes to us from 
seventeenth century opera, except for the unusual key. Most composers would not consider using B mi- 
nor for an overture for several reasons, but Bach is perhaps thinking of this overture as an abstract work 
not destined for use on any stage, which gives him the liberty to explore the extraordinary affect of the 
key in an extended piece. The dances which follow are not the standard suite array, but have more the 
feeling of the Rodrigo set mentioned earlier. They are French in style and feeling, which also suggests the 
stage, but they are also Bach, and we find time and again the use of imitation, internal counterpoint, and 
rather thicker textures than a French composer from this period would normally use. Of special interest 
are the Sarabande, with its canon between soprano and bass instruments; the use of the Polonaise and the 
formation of the Double, which uses the melody of the original for a bass line while a new ornamented 
melody is added above; and the addition of a "Badinerie," which while not a dance form is a quite 
effective finale with a great deal of dance feeling to it. 

Notes by James Richman 
© 1984 

Salve Regina 

Between his birth in Naples and his death in Madrid, Domenico Scarlatti spent time in Venice, Rome, 
and Lisbon, employed by an impressive succession of crowned heads and churchly princes. Nowadays we 
remember him primarily for his many keyboard sonatas. Of no less importance, however, are his ora- 
torios, cantatas, operas, and other vocal works. Among these is his last composition, the Salve Regina for 
solo voice and strings. 

The exact occasion for which this was written is uncertain, nor is the identity of the singer who first 
performed it. The text is believed to date from the 11th century, and its plainchant melody served as a 
basis for many musical settings over the centuries. In Scarlatti's Salve Regina, the succession of melodic 
motives, moods, and keys is akin to the cantata form. He has clothed the venerable text in an expressive, 
devout series of andante and adagio sections. Important words receive descriptive settings: "suspiramus" 
(we sigh) breaks off in sighs, "clamamus" (we cry out) is suppliant, "o dulcis" (o mild) is soft. Scarlatti's 
bold use of harmonies is glimpsed in the stepwise ascent of modulations, intensifying the urgency of the 
text. 

The jubilant "Amen" brings to mind the singers at the Spanish court. Perhaps it was Farinelli, the 
peerless castrato of the 18th century, who first sang this work. In the closing pages, not even the solem- 
nity of the centuries-old devotional text can placate Scarlatti's impulse to exercise the voice in church in 
much the same way that he delighted in exercising the hands with his keyboard sonatas. 

Notes by Robert Alcala 



Scene: The Temple of Erato, muse of lyric and amatory poetry 

Overture: Largo 

Coro (allegro): "I nostri cori dobbiamo offrir" 

Apollo-Rec: "Melodiosa Germana" 

Aria: "Gran Tonante" 
Apollo and Erato-Rec: "Ma, Terpsicore snella, dove?" 
Erato-Aria: "Di Parnasso i dolci accenti" 
Prelude (larghetto): announcing the arrival of Terpsichore 
Apollo-Rec: "Ecco, sen vien" 
Chaconne 

Apollo and Erato-Duo: "Col tuo piede" 
Sarabande (largo assai) 
Apollo-Rec: "Pinge di i trasporti" 

Gigue (presto): Terpsichore's movements describe a lover's transports 
Erato-Rec: "La speme e cura" 
Apollo and Erato-Duo: "Tuoi passi son dardi" 
Apollo-Rec: "La Gelosia" 
Air: Terpsichore's dancing changes to represent a demanding character; she demonstrates 

the power of those passions. 
Apollo and Erato-Rec: "Dai, quando vuoi" 
Apollo-Aria: "Hai tanto rapido" 
Ballo: Terpsichore represents the speed of the Winds 
Apollo and Erato-Duo: "Vezzi piu amabile" 
Coro (allegro [da capo]): "Cantiamo lieti della virtu" 

CONCERT ROYAL 

James Richman, artistic director and harpsichord 

Sandra Miller, associate director and flauto traverso 

Drew Minter, countertenor 

Ann Monoyios, soprano 

Richard Luby, baroque violin 

Bonnie Richards, baroque violin 

David Miller, baroque viola 

Loretta O'Sullivan, baroque cello 

Richard Myron, violone 

John Abberger, baroque oboe 

Robert Alcala, baroque oboe 

Paul Shipper, recorder 

with members of the 

NEW YORK BAROQUE DANCE COMPANY 



Catherine Turocy, artistic director and choreographer 
Ann Jacoby, associate director 
Luisa Meshekoff 
Patricia Beaman 



COMING EVENTS 

UTAH SYMPHONY 

January 10, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 8:00 p.m. 

Student/ Faculty $4.50 General Public $5.50 

JOANN OTTLEY 

January 12, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 8:00 p.m. 

Student/ Faculty $3.50 General Public $5.00 

P.D.Q. BACH 

January 15 and 16, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 8:00 p.m. 

Student/Faculty $7.00 General Public $8.00 

Tickets on sale January 2, 1985 
Phone Music Ticket Office for information 

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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

DAVID KERN, «ute 

Student of Susan Goodfellow 



Assisted by: 

Spencer Thompson, piano 
David Christensen, piano 
Janet Bensing, harp 
Suzanne Ostler, violin 
Nancy Call, viola 
Julie Bennet, cello 

in 

JUNIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, December 4, 1984 

Room 151 N. Eldon Tanner Building 



PROGRAM 

Sonatine Henri Dutilleux 

(1916- ) 
Allegretto 
Andante 
Anime 

Mr. Christensen, piano 

Eight Caprices Johann Anton Stamitz 

(1754-1809) 
Rondeau (No. 6) 
Amoroso (No. 5) 
Allegro moderato (No. 1) 

Quartet in D Major, K. 285 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro 
Adagio 
Rondo 

INTERMISSION 

Dance of the Blessed Spirits Christoph Willibald Gluck 

(1714-1787) 

Sonata in D Major , op . 94 Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 
Andantino 

Allegretto scherzando 
Andante 
Allegro con brio 

Mr . Thompson , piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

CHRISTMAS MUSIC AT MIDDAY 




12:00 noon 

Wednesday, December 5, 1984 

B. F. Larsen Gallery 

Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 
Prelude Tower Music 

I. A Christmas Festival % . LeRoy Anderson 

Wind Symphony 
David Blackinton, conductor 

II. Silent Night Franz Gruber 

Clayne Robison, baritone 

III. Hosanna Rita Robinson — Hill 

Winter Song Stephen Paulus 

Star Carol Alfred Burt 

We Wish You a Merry Christmas English Carol 

Children's Chorus 

Marlene Bachelder, director 

Robin Holland, piano 

IV. Medley for Mallets Arr. by William Schinstine 

BYU Marimba Ensemble 
Ronald Brough, director 

V. Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day John Gardner 

From Out of a Wood (Carol of the Birds) .... Arnold Freed 
Deck the Hall Arr. by Gene Puerling 

BYU Concert Choir 
Mack Wilberg, director 

VI . He is Born Robert Wetzler 

Ding Dong! Merrily on High .... Traditional French Carol 



The Secret of Christmas James Van Heusen—Staheli 

BYU University Singers 
Ronald Staheli, director 



VII. A Lamanite Christmas 



Lamanite Generation 
Ron Simpson, director 

IX. Hallelujah Chorus . . George Frederic Handel 

from "The Messiah" 

Combined Performers and Audience 

Wind Symphony 

Ralph Laycock, Conductor 



Appreciation is expressed to the performers, the BYU 
Art Department, and the children of the BYU-Provo 
Demonstration School for their significant contributions 
to this traditional Christmas program. 



Jacob Bos, Music at Midday Coordinator 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 

Ralph G. Laycock, director 
assisted by 

THE WOMEN'S CHORUS 

Rebecca Wilcox, director 
Elan McMahan, piano 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, December 7, 1984 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Overture to Die Zauberflote, K. 620 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 



Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Minor Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 
Maestoso 

Elan McMahan, piano 



INTERMISSION 



The Planets , Suite for Large Orchestra Gustav Hoist 

(1874-1934) 
Mars, the Bringer of War 
Venus, the Bringer of Peace 
Mercury, the Winged Messenger 
Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity 
Saturn, the Bringer of Old Age 
Uranus , the Magician 
Neptune, the Mystic 

with the Women's Chorus 



Bass Trombone 

LaMont Lee 

Euphonium 

Mike Bennett 

Tuba 

Joel Kimzey 



Percussion 

John Chamberlain 
Mary Shambaugh 
Keeley Wolsey 
LaDon Linde 

Harps 

Janet Bensing 
Marni Bell 

Celesta 

Steve Erickson 



Philharmonic Orchestra 
PERSONNEL 



First Violins 

Mark Taylor, concertinas ter 

Jeff Olpin, principal 

Michael Abramson 

Janet Byrnes 

Anne Crosland 

Emily Evans 

Karen Hales 

Karen Hughes 

Meredith Jack 

Peggy Jellinghausen 

Ann Morrell 

Suzanne Ostler 

John Tran 

Jim Waite 

Second Violins; 

Carolyn Holm, principal 

Marianne Bennion 

Christine Calderwood 

Kim Dodson 

Jean Hill 

Claudia Laycock 

Heather McConkie 

Ann Norman 

Bret Parker 

Amy Peterson 

Lisa St rat ton 

Violas 

Nancy Call, principal 
Deborah Browning 
Kaye Davis 
James Dixon 
Carol Sue Glasset 
Tracy Maughan 
Helen Mc Curdy 
Jim Quist 
Shauna Smith 



Cellos 

Julie Bennett, principal 
Marianne Broomhead 
Cheryl Ann Call 
Ruth Clay 
Margaret Gardner 
Marc Giullian 
Monika Roseborough 
Stuart Strauss 
Nancy Ward 

Basses 

Eric Hansen, principal 
Merrit Andrus 
Pam Bryan 
Jeff Campbell 
Scott Killpack 

Piccolos 

Elaine Huff 
Mary Wagstaff 

Flutes 

Yvonne Farnsworth 
Miriam Jennings 
Elaine Huff 
Carol Wagstaff 

Oboes 

Vera Loveless 
David Lines 
Barbara Peterson 
Dallin Quass 

English Horn 

David Lines 



Clarinets 

Jenifer Girard 
Michelle Stark 
Robert Barrett 
Jacqueline Parry 
Carolyn Bloisel 

Bass Clarinet 

Robert Barrett 

Bassoons 

Brian Peterson 
Steve Bennett 
Cathy Chamberlain 

Contra-Bassoon 

David Hare 

Horns 

Linda Seamons 
Kirt Cundick 
Mike Hainsworth 
Stephen Bunker 
Philip Bonney 
Belinda Pratt 

Trumpets 

Robert Peterson 
Evan Bateman 
Shaun Heaton 
Michael Siggard 

Trombones 

Mark Ammons 
Bryce Mecham 



The Women's Chorus 
PERSONNEL 



Soprano I 



Soprano II 



Cathleen Barney 
Carol Ann Beeton 
Mar gene Brown 
Adeana Chandler 
Deana K. Collins 

Janet Gardiner 
Julie Graves 
Alice Hall 
Robyn Hayes 
Pamela Kocherhans 
B. Nadine Mackinnon 
Amy Marlowe 
Andrea Mazorra 
Christine Mead 
Karen Monson 
Sherie North 
Thais Petersen 
Melonie Poulsen 
Sandie Schnakenburg 
Valerie Stander 



Debra Swans on 
Deborah Tripp 
Betsy Wheeler 
Sue Wilde 
Patty Young 



Jana Andrews April Webst-r 

Lorraine Arbizu Jil Whittle 

Carol Batchelor 

Marianne Broomhead 

Kristen Close 

Kathleen M. Cox 

Gina Crum 

Susan Grampton 

Alison Fuller 

Elizabeth Hanks 

Annette Harrison 

Angela Hatch 

Susie Johann 

Erowynn Murray 

Sandy Nielsen 

Noelle Robertson 

Kimberly Staheli 

S. Del ana Taggart 

Julie Tingey 

Lara Walker 



Alto I 

Colleen Barner 
Carrie Bradley 
Michele D. Chambers 
Jill Clark 
Kathleen Conroy 
Jeri Ellingson 
Melanie Gallini 
Jannette Goodman 
Connie Larson 
Wendy Mabee 
Claudia Man at on 
Kimberly Milius 
Mary Leigh Moore 
Tamer a Park 
Michelle Parnaby 



Sandra Petersen 
M. Dianne Seare 
Janice Smith 
Tracy Lynne Turek 
Rebecca Woodworth 



Alto II 

Diane E. Arrington 
Cheryll Beck 
Julie Call 
Julie Christensen 
Caroline Christy 
Melissa Davis 
Hanneke de Groot 
Jill Forbes 
Valinda Jensen 
Rebecca Johnson 
Jan Leavitt 
Shelley McMurdie 
Catherine Morgan 
Jan Murdock 
Suzanne Pool 



Patty Robinson 
Jill Skeem 
Amy Stitt 
Jenifer Young 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

DAVID RALPHS, organ 
Student of Parley Belnap 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Friday, December 7 , 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Preludium super f, no. 235 from the 

Buxheimer Orgelbuch (c. 1470) Anonymous 

Six Variations on Gloria Tibi Trinitas , 

S nos. 91-96 from the Mulliner Book John Blitheman 

(ca. 1525-1591) 

Toccata,, Adagio, and Fugue in C Major, 

BWV 564 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

INTERMISSION 

Sonata No. 9 in B-flat Minor, 

op. 142 Joseph Gabriel Rheinberger 

(1039-1901) 
Prelude 
Romance 
Fantasia and Fugue 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music- 
Presents 
SHARLEEN PEDERSEN, p**™ 

Student of Robert B. Smith 



in 



FRESHMAN RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, December 11, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Prelude and Fugue in B-flat Major, 

BWV 866 . Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Andante in F Major 

("Andante favori"), WoO 57 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 

Adagio in B Minor, K. 540 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 

Rondo a capriccio in G Major, 

op . 129 Ludwig van Beethoven 

INTERMISSION 

Preludes Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 
Les collines d'Anacapri 
La serenade interrompue 
La cathedrale engloutie 



Three Mazurkas , op . 59 Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 
Moderato 
Allegretto 
Vivace 

Danzas argentinas Alberto E. Ginastera 

(1916- ) 



•i qauc, uacrarc 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



THE INTERNATIONAL TRIO 

Julian Herman, violin 
Stephen Emerson, cello 
Lenora Neal, piano 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, January 8, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in D Minor for Violin and Piano, op. 108 .. .Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Allegro 
Adagio 

Un poco presto e con sentimento 
Presto agitato 



Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor, op. 49. . .Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 

(1809-1847) 
Molto allegro ed agitato 
Andante con moto tranquillo 
Scherzo leggiero e vivace 
Allegro assai appassionato 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

ROBIN J. HANCOCK, piano 

CHERI E. HANCOCK, soprano 
JENIFER GIRARD, clarinet 
MARK SHELDON, saxophone 
DAVID WARNER, baritone 



in 

JOINT STUDENT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, January 9, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Suite Paul Bonneau 

Sicilienne Pierre Lantier 

Mr. Sheldon, saxophone 

Donde lieta, from La Boheme Giacomo Puccini 

(1858-1924) 
Mother Dear (Polish Folk-Song) Arr. by Estelle Liebling 

Mrs . Hancock , soprano 

Premiere Rhapsody for Clarinet Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 
Miss Girard, clarinet 

Ombra mai f u, from Xerxes George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Revenge, Timotheus Cries, from 

Alexander' s Feast George Frideric Handel 

Mr. Warner, baritone 

Six Pieces, op. 118 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Intermezzo in A Major 
Intermezzo in A Major 
Ballade in G Minor 
Intermezzo in F Minor 
Romance in F Major 
Intermezzo in E-flat Minor 

Mr. Hancock, piano 
INTERMISSION 



Funerailles Franz Liszt 

(1811-1886) 
Mr. Hancock, piano 

Three Vocalises for Soprano, Voice, and 

Clarinet Ralph Vaughan Williams 

(1872-1958) 
Prelude 
Scherzo 
Quasi menuetto 

Mrs. Hancock, soprano Miss Girard , clarinet 

Histoires Jaques Ibert 

(1890-1962) 
Mr. Sheldon, saxophone 

Willov; Song, from Ballad of Baby Doe Douglas Moore 

(1893- ) 

Der nolle Rache , from Die Zauberflote Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Mrs . Hancock , soprano 

Concert Duet for Alto Saxophones Friedrich Kuhlau 

(1786-1832) 
Allegro 

Mr. Sheldon, saxophone Miss Girard, clarinet 

Three Civil War Songs Arr . by Robin J . Hancock 

Some Songs from Broadway Arr. by Robin J. Hancock 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

Performing Arts Scries 
Presents 



THE UTAH SYMPHONY 

Joseph Silverstein, music director 
Charles Ketcham, associate conductor 

Joseph Silverstein, conducting 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, January 10, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Connotations Aaron Copland 

(1900- ) 

La Mer Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 
De 1'aube a midi sur la mer 
(From dawn to noon on the sea) 

Jeux de vagues 

(The play of the waves) 

Dialogue du vent et de la mer 
(Dialogue of the wind and the sea) 

INTERMISSION 

Symphony No. 2 in C Major, op. 61 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
Sostenuto assai-Allegro ma non troppo 
Scherzo: Allegro vivace 
Adagio espressivo 
Allegro molto vivace 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

DARREL STUBBS, oboe 



assisted by: 

Mack Wilberg, piano and harpsichord 
Glenn Williams, bassoon 
Julie Zumsteg, cello 



in 

FACULTY RECITAL 

ALL FRENCH MUSIC 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, January 11, 1984 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonate en mi majeur pour hautbois et piano, 

op. 3, no. 7 Jean Baptiste Loeillet — Beon 

(1680-1730) 
Larghetto 
Allegro 
Largo 
Allegro assai 

Suite franchise pour hautbois et piano Marcel Bitscb 

(1921- ) 
Pavane — Solennel, mais sans lenteur 
Gaillard — Modere' bien rythme 
Gigue — Assez vif 
Rigaudon — Gaiment 

Sonate pour hautbois avec piano, op. 166 

(1921) Camille Saint-Saens 

(1835-1921) 



INTERMISSION 



L'Agreable, from 

Trois vieilles dances francaises Marin Marais — Craxton 

(1656-1728) 

Tunis Nef ta , from Escales — k Jacques Ibert 

(1890-1962) 

Trois esquisses pour hautbois et piano Pierre Max Dubois 

(1930- ) 
Allegretto 
Mouvement de Valse 
Tempo de marche 

Trio pour hautbois, basson et piano (1926) Francis Poulenc 

(1899-1963) 
Lent — Presto 
Andante con moto 
Tres vif 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

Performing Arts Series 
Presents 




JoANN OTTLEY, soprano 
REID NIBLEY, piano 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, January 12, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

i* 

Art Thou Troubled? George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 

Alma mia George Frideric Handel 

Lusinghe piu care George Frideric Handel 

II 

Die Nacht, op. 10, no. 3 Richard Strauss 

(1864-1949) 

Wiegenlied, op. 41, no. 1 Richard Strauss 

Verrat Hans Pfitzner 

(1869-1949) 

DieEinsame Hans Pfitzner 

III 

Regnava nel Silenzio, quando rapito, from 

Lucia di Lammermoor Gaetano Donizetti 

(1797-1848) 

INTERMISSION 

IV 

Just-Spring Vernon Duke 

(1903-1969) 

Snow at Sea Reid Nibley 

(1923- ) 

Deborah Gene Bone- Howard Fen ton 

The Silver Swan Ned Rorem 

(1923- ) 



Trespoemas Joaquin Turina 

(1882-1949) 

Olas gigantes 
Tu pupila es azul 
Besa el aura 

*This group is in honor of the tricentennial of Handel's birth. 



JoANN OTTLEY 
Soprano 

JoAnn Ottley is a Utah soprano widely known as a poised and moving soloist both on the 
recital platform and with symphony orchestra. She has made multiple appearances with the 
Utah Symphony both in Salt Lake City and on tour, as well as performing with other orches- 
tras and conductors of significance. 

JoAnn is in demand as soloist in all the major choral works and has also sung with great 
success in opera, being especially noted for her "Queen of the Night" (Magic Flute). Other 
major roles include Violetta in Traviata, the title role in Lucia, Mimi in La Boheme, Gilda in 
Rigoletto, and Rosalinda in Fkdermaus. 

In recent seasons, she has further enhanced her reputation in performances with the Dallas 
Symphony, the San Diego Symphony, and the San Antonio Symphony, among others. She has 
also appeared as soloist at the Carmel Bach Festival besides making a joint husband-and-wife 
debut (conductor/soloist) in the Utah Symphony subscription season. 

She has sung in Europe, South America, Japan, and Korea and in 1982 appeared with great 
acclaim as soloist with the Tivoli Symphony in Copenhagen, Denmark. She also sang as soloist 
at the Bergen (Norway) International Festival (Grieghallen), the Royal Albert Hall, London 
(including a televised performance on BBC TV), and the Doellen Concert Hall in Rotterdam, 
Holland. 

The soprano is the wife of Dr. Jerold Ottley, Musical Director and Conductor of the Mormon 
Tabernacle Choir, and serves as both vocal coach and soloist with that organization. 



Coming Events 



P.D.Q. Bach 

January 15 and 16, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 8:00 p.m. 

Student/Faculty $7.00 General Public $8.00 



Igor and Vesna Groupman 

January 31, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 8:00 p.m. 

Student/Faculty $3.00 General Public $4.00 



TASHI 

February 28, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 8:00 p.m. 

Student/Faculty $4.50 General Public $5.50 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

Performing Arts Series 
presents 




P. D. Q. BACH (1807-1742)? 

An Evening of Musical Madness 
Featuring Professor Peter Schickele 

and 

PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 

Ralph G. Laycock, conductor 



January 15 & 16, 1985 

dejong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

i 

"Desecration of the House" Overture P.D.Q. Bach 

(S. 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1) 

"Hindenburg" Concerto (S. LZ-129) P.D.Q. Bach 

Allegro gigantico 
Largo pericoloso 
Presto so-so 

Andante Cantabile, from opus 3, no. 5 FJ. Haydn 

Canine Cantata: "Wachet Arf!" P.D.Q. Bach 

("Sleeping Dogs Awake!") (S. K9) 

Entrada 

Arietta: "Ach! wo, ach! wo" 

Berceuse 

Aria: "Bau! Wau!" 

Lamento: "Au!" 

Finale 

Dietrich Fischer-Bauau, houndentenor 

INTERMISSION 

II 

Echo Sonata for Two Unfriendly Groups of 

Instruments (S. 999999999) P.D.Q. Bach 

Concerto for Bassoon vs. Orchestra (s. 8') P.D.Q. Bach 

Break allegro 

Not so fast 

Rondo alia turkey lurkey 

The Professor at the Bassoon 

The Heckler is the official bassoon of the University of Southern North Dakota, at Hoople. 



Program Notes 

The most controversial aspect of P.D.Q. Bach's life, aside from its existence, is the time of 
its existence, that is, his dates. It has become traditional to list his dates as they were inscribed 
on his first tomb: 1807-1742; this has led to a great deal of confusion and a seemingly endless 
flow of possible explanations. 

Various theories based on the assumption that he was born in 1807 and died in 1742 are too 
fanciful to merit serious consideration, which however, has not kept them from receiving wide 
dissemination and even acceptance. More plausible is the idea that the inscription was a com- 
ment on P.D.Q.'s artistic development; no one who has studied the complete corpus of his 
surviving works will disagree with the statement that his most individual pieces were written 
at the beginning of his composing career (he was thirty-five years old before he began compos- 
ing, writing the works that were to catapult him into obscurity) after which he proceeded, 
throughout the dregs of his days, to forget everything he knew, writing music that more and 
more resembled the music he had heard as a child. But in the light of the rest of his family's 
attitude toward P.D.Q. there is no doubt in the author's mind that the inscription was simply 
a clumsy and transparent attempt on the part of certain influential members of the Bach family 
to make it appear that P.D.Q. could not possibly have been sired by Johann Sebastian, who 
died in 1750. 

Since however, there is no documentary evidence supporting one or another of these or any 
other explanations, the author always includes a question mark with the dates: (1807-1742)?, 
in the belief that discretion is nine-tenths, or at least the better part of, the law. 

from The Definitive Biography of P.D.Q. Bach 
copyright © 1976 by Peter Schickele 



PROFESSOR PETER SCHICKELE 

Biography 

Professor Peter Schickele finally saw the fulfillment last April of a lifelong, well, five-year- 
long, ambition as he conducted the world premiere performances of THE ABDUCTION OF 
FIGARO, a simply grand opera in three acts by P.D.Q. Bach. The production, and a sump- 
tuous one it was, was mounted in Minneapolis by the Minnesota Opera Company; the reviews 
would have made P.D.Q. Bach blush (if, considering his complexion, that were possible). 

Another milestone last season was the first appearance by the Professor outside of North 
America; a large and lively crowd in London's Barbican Centre indicated that the P.D.Q. Bach 
virus will, indeed already has, spread across the Atlantic. 

Nor has the Professor's good friend Peter Schickele been idle. Recent premieres include the 
Spring Serenade, commissioned by flutist Sue Ann Kahn, and the String Quartet No. 1 
"American Dreams," commissioned by the Audubon String Quartet; the Washington Post de- 
scribed the latter work as "a special sort of experience, one for which it is necessary to dust off 
an adjective not often applied to contemporary music. Peter Schickele has written a lovely 
string quartet, one that bubbles over with attractive melodies, makes you want to dance with 
its catchy rhythm, and absorbs your attention with its interesting sound-textures." A concerto 
for bluegrass band and orchestra, commissioned by the McLain Family Band, and a work for 
the New England Conservatory Chorus are scheduled to be premiered during the 1984-85 
season. 

Born in Ames, Iowa, Peter Schickele was raised there and in Washington, D.C., and Fargo, 
North Dakota. He went to Juilliard in 1957; since then he has continued to live in N.Y.C., 
whence he traipses all over the musical world in several directions at once. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

DAVID LINES, organ 

Student of Parley L. Belnap 

in 

STUDENT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, January 17 , 1985 

Provo Tabernacle 



PROGRAM 

Prelude and Fugue in A Minor, BWV 543 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Chorale Fantasia on 

"When I Survey the Wondrous Cross" Hubert Parry 

(1848-1918) 

Symphonie No. 3 in E Minor, op. 13 Charles-Marie Widor 

(1844-1937) 

Prelude 

Minuetto 

Marcia 

Adagio 

Final 



INTERMISSION 



Fantasie in F Minor, K. 608 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro maestoso 
Andante 
Allegro maestoso 

Prelude et fugue sur le nom d' Alain, op. 7 Maurice Durufle 

(1902- ) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY HONORS QUARTET 

Mark Taylor, violin James Waite, violin 

Nancy Call, viola Julie Bennett, cello 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, January 17, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Quartet in G Major, op. 77, no. 1, - 

Hob . 1 1 1/81 Franz Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Allegro moderato 
Adagio 

Menuetto: Presto- -Trio 
Finale: Vivace 



String Quartet No. 1, op. 7, 

"Vdsndgyes 1 ' Bela Bartdk 

(1881-1945) 
I. Lento: attacca 
II. Poco ? poco accelerando al allegretto 
Introduzione: Allegro, attacca 
III. Allegro vivace 



PROGRAM NOTES 

Opus 77, no. 1, along with its companion, opus 77, no. 2, was 
written in 1799 and published in 1802. They were dedicated to 
Prince Lobkowitz, as were the six quartets of opus 76. Haydn 
intended opus 77 to consist of six quartets also, but his fail- 
ing health prevented him from writing more than the first two 
quartets. Even so, these last two quartets have a profound and 
substantial impact on chamber music of the next century, 
including the bold and dramatic late quartets of Beethoven 
and Schubert. 

String Quartet No. 1, op. 7 was written in 1908; its premiere 
occurred on March 19, 1910 in Budapest with the Waldbauer- 
Kerpely Quartet. Although there is no specific tonal center, 
it is sometimes referred to as being in A minor. The tradi- 
tional "classic" form of four movements is reduced to three, 
with increases of thematic substance, speed, and intricacy 
in each subsequent movement. 



Notes by James Waite 



The Honors Quartet 1 s next recital will be on 
April 5, 1985, in the Madsen Recital Hall. They 
will be joined by the Honors Quartet of the 
University of Utah in the performance. 

Other upcoming recitals: 

James Waite- February 28, RH, 6 p.m. 
Nancy Call- March 1, RH, 6 p.m. 
Julie Bennett- March 5, RH, 6 p.m. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Prelude and Fugue in d minor . Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Impromptu in F-sharp major, op. 36 .... Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

Three Preludes Ken Kennan 

( - ) 

Holly Brown, piano 

Zigennerweisen Sarasita 

( - ) 

Jean Hill, violin 

Sposalizio Franz Liszt 

(1811-1886) 

Scherzo Charles T. Griffes 

( - ) 

Ricercare and Toccata Gian Carlo Menotti 

on a theme from "Old Maid and the Thief" (1911- ) 

Kary Billings, piano 



Wednesday, January 23, 1985 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



NATASHA OLSEN, 



piano 



Student of Robert Smith 



in 



PREPARATORY RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Saturday, January 26, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

English Suite No. 2 in A Minor, BWV 807 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Prelude 

Allemande 

Courante 

Sarabande 

Bourr^e I-Bourre'e II 

Gigue 

Papillons , op. 2 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata No. 5 in C Minor, 

op. 10, no. 1 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Molto allegro e con brio 
Adagio molto 
Finale: Prestissimo 



Sonatina for Piano Robert Muczynski 

(1929- ) 
Allegro con spirito 
Andante con espressione 
Allegro vivace 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

LISA HARLINE, violoncello 

Student of Julie Zumsteg 

Assisted by: 

Dan Harrison, piano 

in 
SENIOR RECITAL 



4:00 p.m. 

Saturday, January 26, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata No. 5 in E Minor, P. 40 Antonio Vivaldi 

(1678-1741) 
Largo 
Allegro 
Largo 
Allegro 



Kol nidrei, op. 47 Max Bruch 

(1838-1920) 

Minuet Georges Valensin 



Tarantella, op. 23 William Henry Squire 

(1871-1963) 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata No. 1 in E Minor, op. 38 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Allegro non troppo 
Allegretto quasi minuetto 
Allegro 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JOE AHERN, flute 

LISA MARSH, soprano 

Students of Ted Wight and 01 ga Gardner 

Assisted by: 

Steve Erickson, piano 

in 
JOINT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, January 29, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Iluchster, was ich habe, from 

Cantata BWV 39 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Sonata for Flute and Piano Francis Poulenc 

(1899-1963) 
Allegro melinconico 
Cantilena 
Presto giocoso 

Aurore, op. 39, no. 1 Gabriel Faure* 

(1845-1924) 

Mandoline Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 

Apres un r&Ve , op . 7 , no . 1 Gabriel Faure* 

Poem Charles T. Griffes 

(1884-1920) 

INTERMISSION 



He' s Goin 1 Away John Jacob Niles 

(1892- ) 
Over the Mountains Arr . by Roger Quilter 

The Ash Grove Arr. by Roger Quilter 

Suite for Flute and Piano, op. 116 Benjamin Godard 

(1849-1895) 
Allegretto 
Idylle 
Valse 

Old American Songs , set 2 Aaron Copland 

(1900- ) 
The Little Horses 
Zion's Walls 
At the River 
Ching-a-ring Chaw 

i rd Song Michael Head 

(1900-1976) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 



Presents 




Ronald J Staheli, director 



8:00 p.m. 
Tuesday, January 29 and Wednesday, January 30, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 
Franklin 3. Harris Fine Arts Center 



Tonight's program will be chosen from this repertoire list of 
the Brigham Young University Singers: 

admirabile commercium Jacob Handl 

(1550-1591) 
Verbum caro factum est Hans Leo Hassler 

(1562-1612) 

Hodie Christus natus est Giovanni Gabrieli 

(ca. 1553/6-1612) 
Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden, BWV 230 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Schaffe in mir Gott, op. 29, no. 2 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Puer nobis Richard Rodney Bennett 

(1936- ) 
Benedicamus Domino Peter Warlock 

(1894-1930) 
Twelfth Night , op . 42 , no . 1 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 
To Be Sung on the Water, op. 42, no. 2 Samuel Barber 

The Silver Swan Jolm Chorbaj ian 

(1936- ) 
Bitter for Sweet John Chorbaj ian 

My Song in the Night Arr. Paul Christiansen 

God Hears Me When I Pray Merrilee Webb 

(1960- ) 
Go Down Moses Arr . Mark Hayes 

Well, Well, Well Arr. Jeffrey R. Jones 

Three European Folk Tunes Arr. Mack Wilberg 

The Shepherdess (French) 
Who Is Crying? (Latvian) 
What Would You Do If You Married A Soldier? (Irish) 



Three Songs from American Opera 

The Promise of Living, from The Tender Land. . .Aaron Copland 

(1900- ) 

Stomp Your Foot, from The Tender Land Aaron Copland 

Quintet, from Vanessa , op. 32 Samuel Barber 

Songs for the American Broadway Stage 

Comedy Tonight, from A Funny Thing Happened 

on the Way to the Forum Stephen Sondheim 

(1930- ) 

Prologue, from Sweeny Todd Stephen Sondheim 

Send in the Clowns, from A Little Bight 

Musio Stephen Sondheim 

Love Is in the Air, from A Funny Thing Happened 

on the Way to the Forum Stephen Sondheim 

Company, from Company Stephen Sondheim 

Sunday, from Sunday in the Park 

with George Stephen Sondheim 

Songs from American Operetta 

Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, from Naughty Marietta. . .Victor Herbert 

(1859-1924) 

Thine Alone, from Eileen Victor Herbert 

Italian Street Song, from Naughty Marietta. . .Victor Herbert 

This Is One of Those Moments, from 

Yentl Michele LeGrand- -Staheli 

(1932- ) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY SINGERS 
Winter 1985 

Sopranos 

Carol Ann G. Allred Salem, New Hampshire 

^Hilary Dalton Provo, Utah 
*Jana Dewey Chicago, Illinios 

Cheri H. Hancock San Jose, California 
***Nancy Larson Los Angeles, California 

Allison Prestwich Sterling, Colorado 
*Mary Reeve Fremont, California 
*Yvette Ward Sarn Bemadino, California . 

Krista Lee Wright Denver, Colorado 

Altos 

Tracey Fredman Sunnyvale, California 
*Janet Humpherys Orem, Utah 

Helen McCurdy Wichita, Kansas 

Lorri P. McHardy Manassas, Virginia 

Barbara Peterson Cedar City, Utah 
*Vanesa B. Read Fremont, California 
**Sandefur Schmidt Concord, California 

Kristen Smyth Sacramento, California 

Alice Warner Provo, Utah 
*Martha West Boise, Idaho 

Tenors 

Mike Belnap Valier, Montana 
*Brent Braithwaite Orem, Utah 

Tim Brewster Blackfoot, Idaho 

Paul Broomhead Seattle, Washington 
*Stephen Bement Boulder, Colorado 
***Rob Hancock Seattle, Washington 
*Gary Miner Springville, Utah 
*Curtis Rindlisbacher Salt Lake City, Utah 

John Sasine Newport Beach, California 

Gale Skousen Phoenix, Arizona *o££icer 

Basses **assistant conductor 

**Brady Allred Salt Lake City, Utah ***accompanist 

Berkley Charlton Rowlings, Wyoming 
*Boyd Craig Salt Lake City, Utah 

Jon Linford Raymond, Idaho 
*Carlos Lingard Mexico City, Mexico 

Gregor McHardy Odenton, Maryland 
*Chris Read San Diego, California 

Mark Sheldon Sen Jose, California 

Marl in Smith Joseph City, Arizona 

Voughn Stephenson Acequia, Idaho 

Mike Wadsorth _ Oakely y Idaho 

David Warner Provo, Utah 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Partita no. 6 in E minor J. s. Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Gretchen Hubber, piano 

Concerto no. 5 in A major W. A. Mozart 

Allegro (1756-1791) 

Melodie Gluck 

Mark Taylor, violin and piano 
Nancy Larson, accompanist 

Violin Sonata no. 1 Serge Prokofieff 

(1891-1953) 

Jim Waite, violin 
Chip Prince, piano 

Variations on a theme of Corelli Sergei Rachmaninoff 

(1873-1943) 

Sonata no. 9 "Black Mass" Alexander Scriabin 

(1872-1915) 
Gretchen Hubber t, piano 



Wednesday, January 30, 1985 



BRICHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Musie 

Presents 

IGOR and VESNA GROUPMAN, violin 

Assisted by: 

Mack Wilberg, piano 



in 



GUEST PERFORMANCE 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, January 31, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Pine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Siciliano, from Sonata, BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Sonata in A Major, M. 8 ." C6sar Franck 

(1822-1890) 
Allegretto ben moderato 
Allegro 

Recitativo — Fantasia 
Allegretto poco mosso 



Vesna Groupman 



INTERMISSION 



Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Major Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Vivace ma non troppo 
Adagio 
Allegro molto moderato 



Theme originale vari£, op. 15 Henryk Wieniawski 

(1835-1880) 



Igor Groupman 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JOELLEN TURLEY> soprano saxophone 
KELLI O'DEAy alto saxophone 
KEVIN COX,* tenor saxophone 
KEITH RUSSELL^ baritone saxophone 

Students of Ray Smith 



1 n 



STUDENT CHAMBER RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, February 6, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Chanson de la grand' maman Gabriel Pierne' 

(1863-1937) 
Finale, from Quartet No. 64 in D Major, 

op. 76, no. 5, Hob. 111/79 Joseph Haydn- -Laycock 

(1732-1809) 
Quartet 

Sonata for E-flat Saxophone and Piano (1937) Bernard Heiden 

(1910- ) 
Adagio- -Presto 

Miss Turley, alto saxophone 
Marilyn White, piano 

Sonata No. 4 John Ernest Galliard 

(1687-1749) 
Adagio 

Allegro e staccato 
Adagio 
Allemande 
Courante 
Minuet 

Mr. Cox, tenor saxophone 
Janet Andrew, piano 

Sonata Henry Eccles- -Rascher 

(1675/85-1735/45) 
Andante 
Courante 
Presto 

Mr. Russell, alto saxophone 
Miss White, piano 

Invention No. 4, BWV 775 Johann Sebastian Bach- -Teal 

(1685-1750) 
Invention No. 14, BWV 785 Johann Sebastian Bach- -Teal 

Miss Turley, alto saxophone 
Miss O f Dea, alto saxophone 

Rondo Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach- -Cunningham 

(1714-1788) 

Introduction et Scherzo (1957) Robert Clerisse 

(1899-1973) 

Quartet 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Overture and Other Improper Advances ........ Doc Taylor 

for Toy Trumpet and Piano (1952- ) 

Doc Taylor, toy trumpet 
Chip Prince, piano 



Sarabande et ThSme Varie . Reynaldo Hahn 

(1875-1947) 

Solo de Concours Henri Rabaud 

( - ) 

Neil Hoyt, clarinet 
Chip Prince, piano 



Noteb'uchlein fur Betty-Sue Bach P.D.Q. Bach 

(S. 13 going on 14) (1807-1742)? 

Allemande Left 
Corrate 
Oh! Courante! 
Two-Part Contraption 
Three-Part Contraption 
Andre Gigue 
Traumarei 

Capriccio Espagnole for Charles III 
"The Reign in Spain" 

Chip Prince, piano 



Wednesday, February 6, 1985 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 



Presents 



F 

Mack Wilberg, conductor 



NIfi& 



<mmm 

Mack Wilberg, conductor 



CjTopM 

Sandefur Schmidt, conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, February 7, 1985 

Provo Tabernacle 



PROGRAM 

I 

Processional (Lobe den Herren) Martin Shaw 

(1875-1958) 
(the audience is invited to sing the fourth verse) 

Praise to the Lord, let all that is 
In me adore him! All the hath breath 
Join with Abraham 1 s seed to adore him! 
Let the "Amen" sum all our praises again. 
Now as we worship before him. 

Invocation 

I Was Glad When They Said unto Me Hubert Parry 

(1848-1918) 
Combined Choirs, Brass Ensemble, and Organ 



I I 

Arise, My Soul, Arise! Finnish Folk Melody, 

arr. by Dale Wood 
Dan Perkins, conductor 

Song of Peace Vincent Persichetti 

(1915- ) 

Inveni David Anton Bruckner 

(1824-1896) 
I have found David my servant; 
With my holy oil have I anointed him: 
With whom my hand shall be established: 
Mine arm also shall strengthen him. Alleluia. 

Come, Let Us Sing unto the Lord Emma Lou Diemer 

(1927- ) 
Dwight Ostergaard, accompanist 

Men's Chorus 



I I I 

Crucif ixus Andrea Gabrieli 

(ca. 1510-1586) 
Crucified, and for us He also, Pontius Pilate, 
Suffered and was buried. 

The Gate of Heaven Randall Thompson 

(1899-1984) 

By the Rivers of Babylon David Amram 

(1930- ) 
Cathleen Barney, soprano 



I V 

Jubilate Deo Giovanni Gabrieli 

(ca. 1553/56-1612) 
be joyful in the Lord all ye lands! 
For the man shall be blessed who fears the Lord. 
May the God of Israel be with you. 

May he send you help from His holy place and from Zion. 
The Lord who made heaven and earth. 
Serve the Lord with gladness! 

Haec dies Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina 

(1525/26-1594) 
This is the day the Lord hath made, 
Let us be glad and rejoice. Alleluia. 

Daniel Wallenberg, conductor 

Notre Pcre (The Lord' s Prayer) Maurice Duruf 16 

(1902- ) 

Tantum ergo , op . 55 Gabriel Faure* 

(1845-1924) 
So great a Sacrament let us therefore worship 
With bowed heads, and let the ancient example give 
Way to a new rite. Let the faith make good the 
Insufficiency of our senses. Praise and rejoicing, 
Safety and honor, virtue and blessing to the 
Begetter and the Begotten. 



IVenn ein starker Gewappneter, op. 109, no. 2 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
When a strong man armed keepeth his palace, 
His goods are in peace. 

When David Heard (1975) Norman Diners tein 

(1937- ) 



Let Us with a Gladsome Mind Alan Ridout 

(1934- ) 

Open Thou Mine Eyes John Rutter 

(1945- ) 



V 

Clap Your Hands Ralph Vaughan Williams 

(1872-1958) 
Combined Choirs, Brass Ensemble, and Organ 



***** 

Brett Zumsteg, organ 

Brass Ensemble 

Trumpet Trombone Tuba 

Jeff Grundvig Mark Ammons Joel Kimzey 

Clif Oram Joel Temple 

David Fullmer Bryce Mecham 

Kurt Hayes Lamont Lee 



Gerry Decker, timpani 

Janet Benson, harp 

Eric Hansen, string bass 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 
RON BROUGH, percussion 



Assisted by: 

Daniel Bachelder, trombone and euphonium 

Ted Wight, flute 

John Chamberlain, marimba 



in 

FACULTY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, February 12, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Two Movements for Marimba Toshimitsu Tanaka 

(1930- ) 
Allegro 
Lento- -Pih mosso 

Piece for Trombonist and Percussionist Daniel F. Bachelder 

(1939- ) 

One Notch Higher Bill Molenhof 

(1952- ) 

English Suite William Kraft 

(1923- ) 
Prelude 
Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 
Gigue 

Suite for Flute and Marimba 

(in six movements) Alec Wilder 

(1907-1981) 

Gavotte en rondeau Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Three Movements for Euphonium and 

Timpani Murray Houllif 

(1947- ) 
J =60 
J =80 
J=120 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Selections to be performed will be announced. 

Mark Tullis, saxophone 
Bill Forsythe, trumpet 
Jed Moffitt, piano 
Paul Jones, bass 
Ken Kirby, drums 



Sea Journey Chick Corea 

Body and Soul Green 

Walkin Carpenter 

Outside Licks R. Mower 

Song for My Father • H. Silver 

Rob Mower, guitar 
Nee Sackey, bass 
Jeff Archuleta, trumpet 

Eric Woltz, trombone 
John Chamberlain, drums 
Jeff Campbell, director 



Wednesday, February 13, 1985 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JEFFREY P. GRUNDVIG, trumpet 

BRYCE L. MECHAM, trombone 

Students of David Blackinton and Daniel Bachelder 

Assisted by: 

Linda Seamons, born 

Robert Peterson, picoolo trumpet 

Chip Prince, piano 

JOINT STUDENT RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Thursday, February 14, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Suite of Elizabethan Dances Antony Holborne 

(£1. 1584 ;d. 1602) 

The Choice 

Mr. Grundvig, piccolo trumpet Mr. Peterson, piccolo trumpet 

Mr. Mecham, tuba 

Concerto in B-flat Major, K. 191 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro 

Andante ma adagio 
Rondo: Tempo di minuetto 

Mr. Mecham, trombone 

Sonatine Jacques CastSrede 

(1926- ) 
Allegro energico 
Andantino 
Rondo 

Mr. Grundvig, trumpet 

INTERMISSION 

Sonata in E-flat Major for 

Trombone and Piano Robert Levine Sanders 

(1906-1974) 
Rather fast 
Scherzo: Lively 
Chorale: Solemnly 
Finale: Very fast 

Mr. Mecham, trombone 

Concerto in D Major Giuseppe Tartini 

(1692-1770) 
Allegro moderato 
Andante 
Allegro grazioso 

Mr. Grundvig, trumpet 



Sonata for Horn, Trumpet, and 

Trombone Francis Poulenc 

(1922- ) 
Allegro moderato 
Andante 
Rondeau 

Mrs. Seamons, horn Mr. Grundvig, trumpet 
Mr. Mecham, trombone 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

DANIEL BACHELDER^ trombone and euphonium 



Assisted by: 

Mack Wilberg, piano 
Ron Brough, percussion 
Gaylen Hatton, horn 



in 

FACULTY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, February 15, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Fantasia Gordon Jacob 

(1895- ) 

Four Preludes Dmitry Shostakovich- -Ostrander 

(1906-1975) 
Moderato non troppo 
Allegretto 
Andantino 
Allegretto 



Three Movements for Euphonium and Timpani Murray Houllif 

(1947- ) 

Piece for Trombonist and Percussionist Daniel F. Bachelder 

(1939- ) 

INTERMISSION 



Sonata No. 5 John Ernest Galliard 

(ca. 1687-1749) 
Adagio 
Allegro 
Alia siciliana 
Allegro assai 

Sonatina Warner Hutchison 

Moderately fast 

Slowly 

March style 



Cavatine, op. 144 Camille Saint-Saens 

(1835-1921) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JOLYNNE MECHAM, v^no 

Student of Robert Smith 



in 

SOPHOMORE RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Friday, February 15, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Aria variata alia maniera italiana, 

BWV 989 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Sonata in E-flat Major, Hob. XVI/49 Franz Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Allegro non troppo 
Adagio cantabile 
Finale: Tempo di minuet to 



INTERMISSION 



Etude, op. 10, no. 7 Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

Sposalizio Franz Liszt 

(1811-1886) 

Sonetto 104 del Petrarca Franz Liszt 

Nocturne, op. 33 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 

Ballade, op. 46 Samuel Barber 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

PENELOPE MATHIESEN, baroque flute 

Assisted by: 

Brett Zumsteg, harpsichord 



MUSIC for BAROQUE FLUTE and HARPSICHORD 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, February 19, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata in E Minor, op. 1, no. la George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Larghetto- -Andante 

Largo- -Allegro 
Presto 



Premier Concert Michel Pignolet de Monteclair 

(1667-1737) 
La Francoise 

Les Tourterelles 

L'Allemande 

La Mantotlane 

Sommeil des Festes de l'Etd 

Le Breton 

La Florentine 

La Venitiene 



Sonata in G Minor, op. 1, no. 5 Anna Bon 

(ca.1738-?) 
Allegretto 
Andante 
Allegro 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata in E Minor, BWV 1034 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Adagio ma non tanto 
Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Concertino 



Jim Ouist, viola 
Sharon Aldous, flute 
Susanna Graff, piano 



Theme et Variations, 1934 



Jim Waite, violin 
Chip Prince, piano 



. . BLOCH 
(1880-1959) 



. MESS I AN 
(1908- ) 



Piano and Violin Sonata, op. 24, no. 5 in F major 
"The Spring" 

Allegro 

Adagio molto espressivo 

Scherzo, Trio 

Rondo 

Andrea Hudson, violin 
Jayne Galloway, piano 



BEETHOVEN 
(1770-1827) 



String Quartet, op. 74, "The Harp" 

Poco Adagio; Allegro 

Adagio ma non troppo 

Presto 

Allegretto con lariozioni 



BEETHOVEN 
(1770-1827) 



Karen Hughes, 1st violin 
Andrea Hudson, 2nd violin 
Shauna Smith, viola 
Ruth Clay, cello 



Wednesday, February 20, 1985 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

KELLY MILLER KOERPER, piano 

Student of Douglas Humpheiys 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Thursday, February 21, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in D Major, K. 311 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro con spirito 
Andante con espressione 
Rondo: Allegro 



Preludes, Book I Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 
Des pas sur la neige 
La serenade inter rompue 
La cathedrale engloutie 
Ce qu f a vu le vent d f ouest 



INTERMISSION 

Polonaise in C Minor, op. 40, no. 2 Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

Nocturne in C-sharp Minor, op. 27, no.l Frederic Chopin 

Nocturne in D-flat Major, op. 27, no. 2 Frederic Chopin 

Etude in A- flat Major, op. 25, no. 1 Frederic Chopin 

Ballade in A- flat Major, op. 47 Frederic Chopin 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 
CRAIG NYTCH, clarinet 

Assisted by: 

Diane Bastian, piano 

in 

FACULTY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, February 23, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Grand Duo Concertant, op. 48, J. 204 Carl Maria von Weber 

(1786-1826) 
Allegro con fuoco 
Andante con moto 
Allegro 



Soanta No. 2 in E-flat Major, op. 120, no. 2 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Allegro amabile 
Allegro appassionato 
Andante con moto- -Allegro 



INTERMISSION 



Sonatina for Clarinet Solo, op. 27 Mikltfs Rtfzsa 

(1907- ) 
Tema con variazioni 
Vivo e giocoso 



Preludia taneczne Witold Lutosiawski 

(1913- ) 
Allegro molto 
^\ndantino 
Allegro giocoso 
Andante 
Allegro molto 



Premiere rapsodie Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

RICHARD TAYLOR, countertenor 
Student of Clayne Robison 

in 

GRADUATE LECTURE RECITAL 

Assisted by: 

Michael Shelton, harpsichord 
Debbie Little, bass viol 
William E. May, lute 
Eva Vernarova, recorder 
Sharon Aldous, flute 
David Kern, flute 
Suzanne Ostler, violin 
James Waite, violin 
Nancy Call, viola 
Ruth Clay, cello 
Eric Hansen, bass 
Stephen Ridgley-Whitehouse, organ 
Robert Tate, countertenor 
Brent Carter, tenor 

Michael Shelton, bass-baritone 6:00 p.m. 

Saint Mark's Cathedral Choir Saturday, February 23, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 
Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Medieval 

Li noviaus tens, from the Third Crusade, 1188-1191. .Chastelain de Couci 

(d. 1203) 

Renaissance 

Come againe sweet love doth now envite, from 

The Firste Booke of Songes or Ayres John Dowland 

(1563-1626) 

Sweet Kate, from A Musioall Dveame Robert Jones 

(fl. 1597-1615) 

Baroque 

Sweeter than Roses, from 

Pausanias* the Betrayer of His Country, Z. 585 Henry Purcell 

(1659-1695) 
Rejoice in the Lord alway, Z. 49 Henry Purcell 

INTERMISSION 



Lucidissima face, from Calisto Francesco Cavalli 

(1602-1676) 

Buss und Reu, from Passio secundum Matthaeum 3 

BWV 244 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Romantic 

Auf einer Wanderung Hugo Wolf 

(1860-1903) 

Contemporary 

Songe for Ariel , from The Tempest Michael Tippett 

(1905- ) 

I. Come unto these yellow sands 

II. Full fathom five 

III. Where the bee sucks 



BR1GHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



ORPHEUS WINDS 

Ted Wight, flute 

Darrel Stubbs, oboe 

David Randall, clarinet 

Glenn R. Williams, bassoon 

Gaylon Hatton, French horn 



with 



Irene Peery, piano 

Clayne Robison, baritone 

Rebecca Wilberg, soprano 

Mack Wilberg, harpsichord 

Julie Zumsteg, cello 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, February 26, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Trois pieces braves (1930) Jacques Ibert 

(1890-1962) 
Allegro 
Andante 
Assez lent- -Allegro scherzando 



HOchster, was ich habe, from 

Cantata BWV 39 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 



Ich habe genug, from 

Cantata BWV 82 Johann Sebastian Bach 



Divertissement for Piano and Wind Quintet, 

op. 6 (1930) Albert Roussel 

(1869-1937) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

REBECCA WILBERG, soprano 
MACK W I LBERG, piano 
PAUL POLLEI , piano 



in 

FACULTY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, February 27, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Fantasia on Themes by Georg Philipp Telemann Victor Babin 

(1908-1972) 
Mr. Pollei Mr. Wilberg 

II 

Er ist ! s Hugo Wolf 

(1860-1903) 

Zum neuen Jahr Hugo Wolf 

Ich hab* in Penna einen Liebsten Hugo Wolf 

Storchenbotschaft Hugo Wolf 

Wo wird einst Hugo Wolf 

Der Rattenfanger Hugo Wolf 

Mrs. Wilberg 

III 

Suite No. 2, op. 17 Sergey Rakhmaninov 

(1873-1943) 

Introduction 
Waltz 
Romance 
Tarantella 

Mr. Pollei Mr. Wilberg 

INTERMISSION 

IV 

D ! un matin de printemps Lili Boul anger-- Franca ix 

(1893-1918) 
Mr. Pollei Mr. Wilberg 



Phidyli? Henri Duparc 

(1848-1933) 

Le manoir de Rosemonde Henri Duparc 

La vie ant^rieure Henri Duparc 

Mrs. Wilberg 



VI 

Chants d ? Auvergne Joseph Canteloube 

(1879-1957) 
Lou coucut 

Jou Fpount d f o Mirabel 
Malurous qu f o uno fenno 

Mrs. Wilberg Mr. Wilberg Mr. Pollei 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



String Quartet, op. 74, "The Harp" 

Poco Adagio; Allegro 

Adagio ma non troppo 

Presto 

Allegretto con Variazioni 



. Beethoven 
(1770-1827) 



Karen Hughes, 1st violin 
Andrea Hudson, 2nd violin 
Shauna Smith, viola 
Ruth Clay, cello 



Sonata, op. 10, no. 3 

Presto 

Largo e mesto 
Minuetto: Allegro 
Rondo: Allegro 



. Beethoven 
(1770-1827) 



Ballade in F minor 



. . Chopin 
(1770-1827) 



Dwight Blazin, piano 



Wednesday, February 27, 1985 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JAMES WAITE, violin 

Student of Percy Kalt 

Assisted by: 

Eric Hansen, bass 
Chip Prince, piano 
Tracey Owens, viola 
Barbara Peterson, oboe 
Michelle Stark, clarinet 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Thursday, February 28, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



Thkme: Mod6r6 


Ire. 


variation: 


2me. 


variation: 


3me. 


variation: 


4me. 


variation: 


5me. 


variation: 



PROGRAM 



Thfeme et variations (1934) Olivier Messiaen 

(1908- ) 

Mod6r6 

Un peu moins mod6r6 
Mod6r6, avec 6clat 
Vif et passiorme 
Trfes modgrg 



Sonata No. 1 in F Minor, op. 80 Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 
Andante assai 
Allegro brusco 
Andante 
Allegrissimo- -Andante assai, come prima 



Quintet in G Minor, op. 39 Sergey Prokofiev 

Tema 

Var. 1: L'istesso tempo 

Var. 2: Vivace con brio 
Andante energico 
Allegro sostenuto, ma con brio 
Adagio pesante 

Allegro precipito, ma non troppo presto 
Andantino 



BR1CHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

TWO OPERAS IN ENGLISH 
by 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 



The Abduction from the Seraglio 

February 22, 26, 28 at 8:00 p.m. 
March 2 matinee at 4:00 p.m. 



The Marriage of Figaro 

February 23, 27, March 1, 2 at 8:00 p.m. 



Nelke Theater 
Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



The Marriage of Figaro 

Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) 

Libretto in Italian by Lorenzo da Ponte, based on the French comedy by 

Beaumarchais . 
English libretto by Ruth and Thomas Martin, performed with the permission 
of G. Schirmer, copyright holder. 

February 23 February 27 
March 1 March 2 

Cast 



Figaro, servant to the Count and engaged 
to Susanna but obligated to Marcellina 

Count Almaviva 

Rosina, Countess Almaviva 

Susanna, the Countess r s Maid 

Cherub ino, the adolescent nobleman who 
has just discovered infatuation. 

Marcellina, former servant to the Count 
who has earlier secured a loan to 
Figaro with a contract of marriage 

Bartolo, Marcellina' s lawyer and former 
suitor 

Basilio, music master and gadfly of the 
villa 

Curzio, the notary 

Antonio, gardener to the Count and 
cousin to Figaro 

Barbarina, Antonio's attractive 
daughter 



David Warner 
Barry Bounous 
Annette Reid 
Martha Diaz 

Martha West 



Mark Sheldon 
Barry Bounous 
Katrina Millet 
Carol Ann Allred 

Hilary Dalton 



Mary Jane Guymon Terri McKay 



Chris Read 

Dennis Todd 
Jay Thompson 

John Hanson 



Chris Read 

Dennis Todd 
Ken Shelley 

Vaughn Stephenson 



Pennie Peterson Pennie Peterson 



The Setting: A lovely summer day at the Count's villa in Seville, 1786. 

Act I The bedroom prepared for the newlyweds located conveniently between 

the Count's and Countess's chambers. 
Act II The Countess's Room 
Act III Audience Room of the Count 
Act IV Garden of the Villa 



The Abduction from the Seraglio 



Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) 

Libretto in German by Gottlob Stephanie the Younger, adapted from an 

original libretto by Christoph Friedrich Bretzner. 
English libretto by Wesley Balk, performed with the permission of Belwin- 

Mills Publishing Corp., copyright holder. 



Cast 

Belmont e, a British nobleman who has 
come to Turkey in search of the 
shipwrecked wedding party of his 
fiance'e 

Constanza, his fiance* e who has been 
sold by pirates to the Pasha Selim 

Blonde, Constanza r s maid, who has been 
given by the Pasha to his caretaker, 
Osmin 



February 22, 26 



Marcus Arbizu 
Kath van de Graaff 

Robin Farnsley 



Pedrillo, Belmonte's man, shipwrecked 

with the girls, in love with Blonde Steve Parkin 



Osmin, the somewhat dull-witted villain 
caretaker 

Pasha Selim 



February 28, 
March 2 



James Murphy 
Cheri Hancock 

Lynnette Owens 
Tim Brewster 



Peter van de Graaff Peter van de Graaff 
Dennis Todd Dennis Todd 



The Setting: The palace and rose garden of the Pasha Selrjn in Turkey, 
1782. 



Act I 



A sunny Mediterranean morning in the courtyard of the 
palace. 



Act II scene 1 Evening of the same day in the courtyard and rose garden 
scene 2 Later that evening in the Pasha f s courtyard. 



PRODUCTION STAFF 



Stage Director 



Marriage 
Jon Linford 



Abduction 
Clayne Robison 



Musical Coaching and Accompanying Brady Allred 

Nancy Lars en 



Assistant Stage Director 



Dennis Todd 



Robin Hancock 
Dan Perkins 

Chris Hepp ins tall 



Costumes 
Properties 



Colleen Mitchell Mendy Wood 
Dennis Todd Chris Hepp ins tall 



Designer 

Technical Director 

Lighting 

Master Carpenter 



Mike Helns 
Bruce Duerden 
Doug Hendrikson 
Randy Stewart 



Mike Helms 
Bruce Duerden 
Doug Hendrikson 
Randy Stewart 



Promotion 



Paul Duerden 



Paul Duerden 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 
COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Performing Arts Series 
presents 




TASHI 

Clarinet and Strings 

Richard Stoltzman, clarinet 

Ida Kavafian, violin 

Theodore Arm, violin 

Steven Tenenbom, viola 

Fred Sherry, cello 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, February 28, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Clarinet Quintet in B-flat Major, 

op. 34 Carl Maria von Weber 

(1786-1826) 
Allegro 

Fantasia: Adagio ma non troppo 
Menuetto: Capriccio presto 
Rondo: Allegro giocoso 

Richard Stoltzman, Ida Kavafian, Theodore Arm, Steven Tenenbom, Fred Sherry 

String Trio Charles Wuorinen 

(1938- ) 

Ida Kavafian, Steven Tenenbom, Fred Sherry 

Concerto a tre Ingolf Dahl 

(1912-1970) 

Richard Stoltzman, Theodore Arm, Fred Sherry 



INTERMISSION 



Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in B Minor, 

op. 115 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Allegro 
Adagio 

Andantino- Presto non assai, ma con sentimen 
Con moto 

Richard Stoltzman, Ida Kavafian, Theodore Arm, Steven Tenenbom, Fred Sherry 



TASHI, CLARINET AND STRINGS 

Since its New York debut in 1973, TASHI (Tibetan for "good fortune") has become one of today's 
most popular chamber ensembles, touring North and South America, Europe, and the Far East. TASHI 
continues to delight college audiences and traditional chamber music societies in its programs for clari- 
net and string quartet featuring the Mozart, Brahms, and other major clarinet quintets. One of the most 
sought-after ensembles, their popularity is reflected by their best-selling RCA recordings of Messiaen, 
Schubert, Stravinsky, Mozart, Beethoven, Takemitsu, and Weber. In 1983, TASHI celebrated its Tenth 
Anniversary in a special series at New York's 92nd Street Y. These three concerts captured all that 
TASHI has represented in their decade of performing, featuring guest artists ranging from jazz bassist 
Eddie Gomez to narrator Jose Ferrer and a variety of repertoire from such TASHI staples as the Mozart 
and Brahms Clarinet Quintets to Schoenberg, Stravinsky, the American premiere of Charles Wuorinen's 
"Fortune," and some jazz improvisations. The founding members of TASHI -clarinetist Richard Stoltz- 
man, violinist Ida Kavafian, and cellist Fred Sherry-joined by violinist Theodore Arm and violist Steven 
Tenenbom, will be heard in a coast-to-coast tour in 1984-85 taking them to the major chamber music 
series across the country. 

Frank Salomon Associates, 201 W. 54th Street, New York, NY 10019 



Joshua Logan 

Coming March 5, 1985 

8:00 p.m. de Jong Concert Hall 

Student/Faculty $5.00 General Public $6.00 

King's Singers 

Coming March 9, 1985 

8:00 p.m. de Jong Concert Hall 

Student/Faculty $7.00 General Public $8.00 

Continuum 

Coming March 20, 1985 

8:00 p.m. Madsen Recital Hall 

Student/Faculty $3.00 General Public $4.00 

Edward Tarr, Baroque trumpet 

Coming March 23, 1985 

8:00 p.m. de Jong Concert Hall 

Student/Faculty $3.00 General Public $4.00 

Quilters 

Coming June 4, 1985 de Jong Concert Hall 

"A play with music which chronicles the heartwarming 

stories of Western pioneer women through legend, song, and dance' 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

STEPHEN THOMAS, piano 

Student of Reid Nibley 



in 



PREPARATORY RECITAL 



4:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 2, 1985 

Mads en Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Toccata in E Minor, BWV 914 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Sonata in G Major, Hob. XVI/40 Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Allegretto innocente 
Presto 



Impromptu in G-flat Major, op. 90, no. 3 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 



Impromptu in A- flat Major, op. 90, no. 4 Franz Schubert 



INTERMISSION 



Fantasia for Piano, op. 9 Ellwood Derr 

(1932- ) 

Visions fugitives, op. 22, nos. 1, 2, 3, 7, 11.. Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 

Etude d 1 execution transcendante 

aprfes Paganini No. 6 in A Minor Franz Liszt 

(1811-1886) 
Theme and Variations 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

VERA LOVELESS, oboe 

Student of Darrel Stubbs 

Assisted by: 

Laura Barrus, piano 
Sharon Aldous, flute 
Jacque Parry, clarinet 
Ruth Clay, cello 
Keith Bradshaw, horn 
Stephen Bennett, bassoon 



in 



JUNIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 2, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Concerto in la minore per oboe, RV 461 Antonio Vivaldi 

(1678-1741) 
Allegro 

Larghetto 

Allegro 



Sonate for Oboe and Piano (1938) . . .Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 
Munter 
Sehr langsam 



INTERMISSION 



Trois pieces breves (1930) Jacques Ibert 

(1890-1962) 
Allegro 
Andante 
Assez lent- -Allegro scherzando 



Sonate pour hautbois avec accompagnement de piano, 

op. 166 Cajnille Saint-Saens 

(1835-1921) 
Adantino 
Allegretto 
Molto allegro 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

Performing Arts Series 
presents 




I Remember It Well ... An Evening with Joshua Logan 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 5, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 







PROGRAM 

Part One 

H-A-R-R-I-G-A-N 

Louisville Lou 

I Married an Angel 

Wait Till You See Her 

Nobody's Heart 

This Is the Army, Mr. Jones 

Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning 

I Got Lost in His Arms 

Anything You Can Do 

All Alone 

What'll I Do? 

Remember 

Always 

Is She the Only Girl in the World? 

There Is Nothing Like a Dame 

Bali Ha'i 

My Friend 

Suddenly Lucky 

To My Wife 

Younger Than Springtime 

Part Two 

Shoppin' Around 

Wish You Were Here 

Fanny 

I Have to Tell You 

Love Is a Very Light Thing 

I Remember It Well 

Camelot 

Got A Dream, Boy 

I Was Born under a Wand'rin' Star 

Doing What Comes Naturally 

They Say That Falling in Love Is Wonderful 

Roll 'Em Over 

Honey Bun 

If Ever I Should Leave You 

Old Black Magic 

Picnic Theme and Moonglow 

There's No Business Like Show Business 



JOSHUA LOGAN 

Joshua Logan is a Pulitzer Prize playwright (as co-author with Oscar Hammerstein II of the musical 
play South Pacific). He is also better known as director of this historic musical as well as one of its pro- 
ducers. As a playwright, Mr. Logan made Broadway history as co-author of Mister Roberts, Higher and 
Higher, Wish You Were Here, Fanny, and as a sole author of The Wisteria Trees. 

Two years ago he translated the opera Carmen into English verse for the Shreveport (Louisiana) Sym- 
phony. He also directed that production. 

He has just tried out and is working on a new musical, Huck and Jim on the Mississippi, for which he 
wrote the libretto and lyrics to the music of Bruce Pomahac. 

The productions directed by him that have been smash hits include Annie Get Your Gun, This Is the 
Army, Knickerbocker Holiday, On Borrowed Time, I Married an Angel, Happy Birthday, John Loves Mary, The 
World of Suzie Wong, Blue Denim, Middle of the Night, All American, the Pulitzer Prize play Picnic, and By 
Jupiter, the last of the Rodgers and Hart collaborations. 

The stars whom he has succesfully led through their paces include Ethel Merman, Helen Hayes, Mary 
Martin, Ezio Pinza, Walter Huston, Charles Boyer, Henry Fonda, Edward G. Robinson, Clint Eastwood, 
Vanessa Redgrave, Lee Marvin, Richard Harris, and Marilyn Monroe. 

He has achieved world-wide recognition for his direction of motion pictures. His films include Paint 
Your Wagon, Camelot, Picnic, South Pacific, Fanny, Sayonara, and Bus Stop, which many people consider 
Miss Monroe's best ever. 

He was born in Texas, raised in Louisiana. He attended Culver Military Academy and was elected pres- 
ident of the Triangle Club while at Princeton University. Towards the end of his senior year, he left 
Princeton and went to Russia, where he studied personally with Costantin Stanislavsky at the Moscow 
Art Theatre. During his college summers, Mr. Logan was one of the founders of the University Players 
on Cape Cod. He was a director and actor along with Henry Fonda, Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart, 
Mildred Natwick, Myron McCormick, and Bretaigne Windust. 

Perhaps his most notorious work in the theatre was in the direction of the revival of Charley's Aunt, 
which catapulted Jose Ferrer to stardom and also found Mr. Logan his wife, Nedda Harrigan. They have 
two children, Thomas Logan, and their daughter, Harrigan Logan. 



Continuum 

Coming March 20, 1985 

8:00 p.m. Madsen Recital Hall 

Student/Faculty $3.00 General Public $4.00 

For more information call 378-7444 

Edward Tarr, Baroque trumpet 

Coming March 23, 1985 

8:00 p.m. de Jong Concert Hall 

Student/Faculty $3.00 General Public $4.00 

For more information call 378-7444 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



COLLEGIUM MUSI CUM 

Douglas E. Bush, director 

Mark Taylor, violin Jim Waite, violin 
Nancy Call, viola Julie Bennett, cello 

Eric Hansen, violone David Kern, flute 



6:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 5, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Concerto for Three Harpsichords in C Major, 

BWV 1064 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Allegro 

Julie Farmer, Valerie Fields, and David Ralphs, harpsichords 

Trio "Sono liete, fortunate" •. .George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 

Eva Vernerova and John Jensen, recorders 
Deborah Little, viol da gamba 
Douglas Bush, harpsichord 

Sonata in F Major for Three Recorders Johann Mattheson 

(1681-1764) 
Lentement 
Allegro 
Loure Gigue 
Gigue vite 

Eric Fisher, Deborah Little, and Eva Vernerova, recorders 

Neuvieme ordre, from Second livre de pieces de 

clavecin Francois Couperin 

(1668-1733) 
Allemande a deux clavecins 

Julie Farmer and David Ralphs, harpsichords 

Sonata in D Minor, op. 2, no. 2 Benedetto Marcello 

(1686-1739) 
Adagio 
Allegro 
Largo 
Allegro 

Eva Vernerova, recorder David Ralphs, harpsichord 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major, 

BWV 1050 Johann Sebastian Bach 

Allegro 

Affettuoso 

Allegro 

Alan Giambattista, harpsichord 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 
JEFF ROMERO, piano 

Student of Robert Smith 



m 



JUNIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 5, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Fantasia in C Minor, BWV 919 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 



Le tombeau de Couperin Maurice Ravel 

(1875-1937) 
Prelude 
Forlane 
Rigaudon 
Menuet 
Toccata 



Scherzo in B Minor, op. 20 Fr6d6ric Chopin 

(1810-1849) 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata in B-flat Major, K. 333 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 

Allegro 

Andante cantabile 

Allegretto grazioso 



Apr&s une lecture du Dante, Fantasia quasi sonata, 
from Annies de pelerinage, deuxieme ann&e: 

Italie Franz Liszt 

(1811-1886) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Fantasie and Fugue in A minor, BWV 904 J. S. Bach 

Clayton Williams, piano 

Piece G. Faure/trans. Oubradous 

Impromptu, op. 35, no. 9 ,. . R. Gliere/Edit. Kovar 

Humor esque, op. 35, no. 8 R. Gliere/Edit. Kovar 

Jane Sylvester, bassoon 



Sonate pour Violon et Piano C. Debussy 

I - Allegro vivo 
II - Intermede 
III - Finale 

Andrea Hudson, violin 
Jayne Galloway, piano 



Fantasia in F minor, K. 608 W. A. Mozart 

David Lines, organ 



Wednesday , March 6, 1985 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

HEIDI HALES, organ 

Student of Parley Belnap 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 7, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Cejj^er 



PROGRAM 



In Joyful Praise A. Laurence Lyon 

(1934- ) 

Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, 

BuxWV 211 .Dietrich Buxtehude 

(ca. 1637-1707) 

Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565...Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Intermezzo Leroy J. Robertson 

(1896-1971) 

Four Tonal Sketches Darwin Wolford 

(1936- ) 
Paean for Principals 
Festival for Trumpet 



Prelude, from Prelude 3 fugue et variation, 

op. 18 Ce*sar Franck 

(1822-1890) 

Sortie, from Messe basse Louis Vierne 

(1870-1937) 

Rhosymedre, from 3 Preludes on Welsh 

Hymn Tunes Ralph Vaughan Williams 

(1872-1958) 

Meditation Gabriel Edouard Xavier Dupont 

(1878-1914) 

Toccata Eugene Gigout 

(1844-1925) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

MAR I LEE McGETTIGAN, flute 
Student of Ted Wight 

Assisted by: 

Elizabeth Thomasson, piano and harpsichord 
Vivian Harmer, flute 
Miriam Jennings, flute 
Joseph Ahern, flute 
Cecilia Ballard, flute 

in 
SOPHOMORE RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 7, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in E-flat Major, BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Allegro moderato 
Siciliano 
Allegro 



Fantaisie Georges Adolphe Hue 

(1858-1948) 



Concerto No. 3, from Six Concertos, 

op. 15 Joseph Bodin de Boismortier 

(1689-1755) 
Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegro 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata for Flute and Piano Francis Poulenc 

(1899-1963) 
Allegro malinconico 
Cantilena 
Presto giocoso 



Sonata for Flute and Piano Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 
Heiter bewegt 
Sehr langsam 
Sehr lebhaft 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 
COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

presents 



Brigham Young University Singers 
Ronald J Staheli, director 

Concert Choir 
Mack J. Wilberg, director 

Philharmonic Orchestra 
Ralph G. Laycock, conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 7, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 

2:30 p.m. 

Friday, March 8, 1985 

American Choral Directors Association 

National Convention 

Symphony Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah 



PROGRAM 

Te Deum, op. 93 Vincent Persichetti 

(1915- ) 
Mack J. Wilberg, conductor 

We praise Thee, O God: we acknowledge Thee to be the Lord. 

All the earth doth worship Thee, the Father everlasting. 

To Thee all Angels cry aloud, the Heavens, and all the Powers therein; 

To Thee Cherubim and Seraphim continually do cry: 

Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of Sabaoth. 

Heaven and Earth are full of the majesty of Thy glory. 

The glorious company of the Apostles praise Thee: 

The goodly fellowship of the Prophets praise Thee: 

The noble army of Martyrs praise Thee. 

The holy Church throughout all the world doth acknowledge Thee: 

The Father, of an infinite majesty: 

Thine honorable, true, and only Son: 

Also the Holy Ghost, the Comforter. 

Thou art the King of Glory. O Christ. 

Thou art the everlasting Son of the Father. 

When Thou tookest upon Thee to deliver man, 

Thou didst humble Thyself to be born of a Virgin. 

When Thou hadst overcome the sharpness of death, 

Thou didst open the kingdom of Heaven to all believers. 

Thou sittest at the right hand of God, in the glory of the Father. 

We believe that Thou shalt come to be our Judge. 

We therefore pray Thee, help Thy servants, 

Whom Thou hast redeemed with Thy precious blood. 

Make them to be numbered with Thy Saints in glory everlasting. 

O Lord, save Thy people, and bless Thine heritage. 

Govern them, and lift them up forever. 

Day by day we magnify Thee. 

And we worship Thy name ever, world without end. 

Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us this day without sin. 

O Lord, have mercy upon us, have mercy upon us. 

Let Thy mercy be upon us, as our trust is in Thee. 

In Thee, O Lord, have I trusted: let me never be confounded. 

-Bishop Nicetas 



Lo, The Full Final Sacrifice, op. 26 Gerald Finzi 

(1901-1956) 
Ronald J Staheli, conductor 

Lo, the full, final, Sacrifice 
On which all figures fix't their eyes. 
The ransomed Isaac, and his ram; 
The Manna, and the Paschal lamb. 

Jesu Master, just and true! 
Our Food, and faithful Shepherd too! 

O let that love which thus makes thee 
Mix with our low Mortality, 
Lift our lean Souls, and set us up 
Convictors of thine own full cup, 
Coheirs of Saints. That so all may 
Drink the same wine; and the same Way. 
Nor change the Pasture, but the Place 
To feed of Thee in thine own Face. 

O dear Memorial of that Death 
Which lives still, and allows us breath! 
Rich, Royal Food! Bountiful Bread! 
Whose use denies us to the dead! 

Live ever Bread of loves, and be 
My life, my soul, my surer self to me. 

Help Lord, my Faith, my Hope increase; 
And fill my portion in thy peace. 
Give love for life; nor let my days 
Grow, but in new powers to thy name and praise. 

Rise, Royal Sion! rise and sing 
Thy soul's kind shepherd, thy heart's King. 
Stretch all thy powers; call if you can 
Harps of heaven to hands of man. 
This sovereign subject sits above 
The best ambition of thy love. 

Lo the Bread of Life, this day's 
Triumphant Text provokes thy praise. 
The living and life-giving bread, 
To the great twelve distributed 
When Life, himself, at point to die 
Of love, was his own Legacy. 

O soft self-wounding Pelican! 
Whose breast weeps Balm for wounded man. 
All this way bend thy benign flood 
To'a bleeding Heart that gasps for blood. 
That blood, whose least drops sovereign be 
To wash my worlds of sins from me. 
Come love! Come Lord! and that long dav 
for which I languish, come away. 
When this dry soul those eyes shall see, 
And drink the unseal'd source of thee. 
When Glory's sun faith's shades shall chase, 
And lor thy veil give me thy Face. 

Amen. 

From Richard Crashaw's versions of the Hymns of St. Thomas Aquinas: Adoro Te and Lauda Sion Salvatorem. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

With an admonition that "even the alphabet and mathematical tables should not be taught without 
the Spirit of God," Brigham Young University was founded in 1875 by Brigham Young, prophet, 
statesman, and colonizer of the American West. From its beginning as Brigham Young Academy, with 
twenty-nine students in a one-room building, it has experienced steady growth until today it is the larg- 
est private, church-related institution of higher learning in the United States. 

Competitive academic progress and physical growth have marked the administration of the University. 
The student body of more than 27,000, from all fifty states and seventy foreign countries, comprises a 
truly cosmopolitan student body of every race, creed, and cultural background. Thirty-seven major aca- 
demic buildings make up the core of the campus, located in Provo, Utah, in a beautiful setting below 
the Wasatch Mountains. Famous for outstanding athletic teams, the University is also noted for the ac- 
complishments of its graduates in science, education, business, and the fine arts. 

Brigham Young University is sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, whose te- 
nets teach that "the glory of God is intelligence." The major portion of the financial support for the 
school comes from the tithes of Church members. With a belief in educating the whole man, opportu- 
nities for spiritual, social, and physical-as well as academic -development are stressed. In addition to 
scholastic ability, high standards of honesty, morality, and cleanliness are requirements for entrance. 



THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC 

The Department of Music at BYU enrolls approximately 500 majors in its graduate and under- 
graduate programs, with 45 full-time and 12 part-time faculty members and approximately 70 special in- 
structors. Programs of study are available in composition, studio composition and production, music the- 
ory, music performance, music education, pedagogy and studio teaching, music history, and sound 
recording and reinforcement. Performance instruction is offered to majors and non-majors in virtually 
every performing area. 

The Department of Music is housed in the beautiful Harris Fine Arts Center, with a 1400-seat concert 
hall, a 400-seat recital hall, three theaters, an electronic music lab, ample rehearsal space, complete class- 
room facilities, practice rooms, and a spacious art gallery. These facilities provide space for hundreds of 
concerts, plays, recitals, and exhibits throughout the year. 



CHORAL MUSIC AT BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

Because of the work and dedication of past directors like Ralph Woodward, John R. Halliday, and 
Newell Weight, Brigham Young University has achieved a national and international reputation for 
choral excellence. Now under the direction of Ronald J Staheli, Mack J. Wilberg, and Donald Rippling- 
er, the commitment to fine choral music remains, while the organization and names of the choirs have 
experienced recent change. 

The five choral organizations at Brigham Young University are designed to offer students a diverse 
opportunity for training, experience, and personal growth in all aspects of today's choral spectrum. The 
groups include the Brigham Young University Singers, Concert Choir, Men's Chorus, Women's Chorus, 
and the University Chorale. In addition, three show choirs, two troupes of Young Ambassadors, and the 
Lamanite Generation operate in the department's Show Production area, under the direction of Randy 
Boothe. 



Consistently high participation in these choirs reflects the strong tradition of choral singing found 
among Brigham Young University students. Although competition for positions is keen, all students 
from the University are welcome to participate. 

This year will see the eleventh international tour by a Brigham Young University choral organization. 
The Brigham Young University Singers will perform in Russia, Romania, Poland, Hungary, and Austria 
during the four weeks of May. 



THE DIRECTORS 
RONALD J ST AH ELI 

Dr. Ronald J Staheli is now in his seventh year on the faculty at Brigham Young University, where 
he directs the Brigham Young University Singers, an ensemble of forty highly select singer/musiuans. 
which performs the finest literature in virtually every stylistic period and genre. He is also Vocal Studies 
Area Head, coordinating and supervising the choral, opera, show production, and private vocal studies 
areas of the Music Department. 

Dr. Staheli graduated from BYU in 1972 in piano performance and music theory. Master's and doc- 
toral studies in choral music were completed with special honors at the University of Southern Califor- 
nia. Before joining the faculty at BYU, he taught at Wichita State University for three years. 

MACK WILBERG 

Dr. Mack Wilberg is an Assistant Professor of Music at Brigham Young University where he con- 
ducts the BYU Concert Choir and Men's Chorus. He received his undergraduate degree from Brigham 
Young University and completed graduate studies at the University of Southern California. 

He has served on the faculty of Marymount Palos Verdes College and as assistant conductor of the 
Southern California Mormon Choir. He is also active as an accompanist-coach and composer. 

RALPH G. LAYCOCK 

Dr. Ralph G. Laycock was born into a musical family in Canada in 1920, and by the time he was six 
was playing the clarinet in public. He earned the B.A. degree from Brigham Young University in 1941, 
spent three years in the Royal Canadian Air Force, then attended the Juilliard School of Music in New 
York, earning the M.S. degree in orchestral conducting in 1948. 

He played eight instruments in the Utah Symphony during 1948-49, then taught at Drake University 
in Iowa for four years. 

Since 1953 he has taught at his alma mater, first as Director of Bands, then, since 1966, as Director of 
Orchestras, in which capacity he has conducted many operas and oratorios in addition to the standard 
orchestral repertoire. In 1970 he received the D.M.A. in conducting from the University of Southern 
California. He currently conducts the BYU Philharmonic and Chamber Orchestras, the Utah Valley 
Symphony, and the Provo Municipal Band, and he has conducted many "honor" orchestras and bands in 
addition to the Utah Symphony and the Lafayette (Indiana) Symphony. Last April and May, he con- 
ducted the BYU Chamber Orchestra on a concert tour of Hong Kong, the People's Republic of China, 
and Taiwan. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY SINGERS 



Sopranos 

Carol Ann G. Allred Salem, New Hampshire 
Hilary Dalton, Provo, Utah 
Jana Dewey Chicago, Illinois 
Cheri H. Hancock San Jose, California 
Nancy Larson Los Angeles, California 
Allison Prestwich Sterling, Colorado 
Mary Reeve Fremont, California 
Yvette Ward San Bernardino, California 
Krista Lee Wright Denver, Colorado 

Altos 

Tracey Fredman Sunnyvale, California 
Janet Humpherys Orem, Utah 
Helen McCurdy Wichita, Kansas 
Lorri P. McHardy Manassas, Virginia 
Barbara Peterson Cedar City, Utah 
Vanesa B. Read Fremont, California 
Sandefur Schmidt Concord, California 
Kristen Smyth Sacramento, California 
Alice Warner Provo, Utah 
Martha West Boise, Idaho 



Tenors 

Mike Belnap Valier, Montana 

Brent Braithwaite Orem, Utah 

Tim Brewster Blackfoot, Idaho 

Paul Broomhead Seattle, Washington 

Stephen Bement Boulder, Colorado 

Rob Hancock Seattle, Washington 

Gary Miner Springville, Utah 

Curtis Rindlisbacher Salt Lake City, Utah 

John Sasine Newport Beach, California 

Gale Skousen Phoenix, Arizona 

Basses 

Brady Allred Salt Lake City, Utah 

Berkley Charlton Rawlings, Wyoming 

Boyd Craig Salt Lake City, Utah 

Jon Linford Raymond, Idaho 

Carlos Lingard Mexico City, Mexico 

Gregor McHardy Odenton, Maryland 

Chris Read San Diego, California 

Mark Sheldon San Jose, California 

Marlin Smith Joseph City, A rizona 

Vaughn Stephenson Acequia, Idaho 

Mike Wadsorth Oakely, Idaho 

David Warner Provo, Utah 



CONCERT CHOIR 



Sopranos 

Colleen Barner Columbia, Missouri 

Jennifer W. Brown Danville, California 

Kaylynn Brown Provo, Utah 

Susan Bullock Littleton, Colorado 

Lila Burrie Anaheim, California 

Ruth Christensen Antonito, Colorado 

Ruth Clegg Orem, Utah 

Julie Fielding Shelley, Idaho 

Marcia Hatch Mesa, Arizona 

Ruth Henrie Richland, Washington 

Ariane Herring Farmington, New Mexico 

Tara Johnson Redmond, Washington 

Cariejuchau Garden Grove, California 

Patricia Lathrop San Luis Obispo, California 

Lori Lish Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Kresten Matich Sacramento, California 

Melinda Moody Delta, Utah 

Rebecca Olpin Frederick, Maryland 

Lynette Owens Clearfield, Utah 

Charlene Padgett St. Cloud, Florida 

Pennie Peterson Boise, Idaho 

Carla Pratt Orem, Utah 

Lynette Toronto Lake Oswego, 

Lynn Wright Medford, New York 

Altos 

Lori Behunin Arvada, Colorado 

Julee Bennett Bountiful, Utah 



Stacey Brown Cedar City, Utah 
Leann Clark Concord, California 
Carolyn Cook Spanish Fork, Utah 
Elizabeth Davis Pocatello, Idaho 
Gretchen Hubbert Seattle, Washington 
Jan Leavitt Manassas, Virginia 
Michelle Lingren San Diego, California 
Jennifer Parker Bellevue, Washington 
Lori Pincock Blanding, Utah 
Jenny Pulsipher Huntsville, Utah 
Saundra Stirling N. Las Vegas, Nevada 
Glenda Stone Hermiston, Oregon 
Rinda Taylor Aurora, Colorado 
Lora Lee Thompson Burley, Idaho 
Marian na Whittaker Fremont, California 
Linda Woodruff Casper, Wyoming 
Tenors 

Richard Andrus Brigham City, Utah 
Shaun Butler Riverside, California 
Cary Cammack Potlatch. Idaho 
David Christensen Salt Lake City, Utah 
Karl Ebeling Reading, Pennsylvania 
Kelly Fulmer Idaho Falls, Idaho 
David Hunt Moses Lake, Washington 
Harold Jay Madsen Orem, Utah 
Mark McDonnell Friendswood, Texas 
James Murphy Richland, Washington 
Dwight Ostergaard Woodbum, Oregon 



Allen Pack Los Alamos, New Mexico 
Robert Paietta Glendale, California 
Timothy Robinson Fresno, California 
Adam Russell San Diego. California 
Ken Shelley Holbrook, Arizona 
Larry Whipple Provo, Utah 
Danny Wallenberg Jerusalem, Israel 

Basses 

Ryan Anderson Soda Springs, Idaho 
Michael Bashford Arvada, California 
Clark Bassett Los Altos, California 
Keith Bradshaw Provo, Utah 
Drew Christensen Orem, Utah 
Mark Cook Syracuse, Utah 
Robert Corry Springville, Utah 



Dan Curriden Everett, Washington 
Gery Decker Holbrook, Arizona 
Vaughn Fairbanks Moses Lake, Washington 
Paul Frederickson Emporia, Kansas 
Darren Gillette Kansas City, Kansas 
Barry Goldberg Natick, Massachusetts 
Sean Lindsay Washington, D.C. 
Curtis Martin Mt. Pleasant, Michigan 
Marc Olivier Salem, Oregon 
Dallas Peterson Snowflake, A rizona 
Mark Peterson Wheaton, Illinois 
Vernon Richardson Tempe, Arizona 
Chip Schlesser Clark Summit, Pennsylvania 
James Seeley Brookfield Center, Connecticut 
Robert Simmons Bountiful, Utah 
Kelly Sorenson Vernal, Utah 



PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 



First Violins 

Mark Taylor, concertmaster Woodland Hills, California 

Michael Abramson, Alexandria, Virginia 

Anne Crosland, Provo, Utah 

Karen Hales, Provo, Utah 

Meredith Jack, Mesa, Arizona 

Peggy Jellinghausen, Livermore, California 

Ann Morrell, West Jordan, Utah 

Laurie Olsen, North Hollywood, California 

Suzanne Ostler, Salt Lake City, Utah 

John Tran, Las Vegas, Nevada 

Second Violins 

Carolyn Holm, principal Fargo, North Dakota 

Mary Ann Bennion, Orem, Utah 

Kim Dodson, Amarillo, Texas 

Jean Hill, Orem, Utah 

Arthur L. Jue, San Jose, California 

Heather McConkie, Champaign, Illinois 

Anne Norman, American Fork, Utah 

Amy Peterson, Snowflake, Arizona 

Laurinda Rumbaugh, Helena, Montana 

Lisa Stratton, Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Elizabeth L. Thomas, Ontario, California 

Violas 

Nancy Call, principal Boise, Idaho 
Janet A. Byrnes, Orem, Utah 
Kaye Davis, Salt Lake City, Utah 
Jim Dixon, Provo, Utah 
Carol Sue Glasset, Provo, Utah 
Jim Quist, Mapleton, Utah 



Cellos 

Julie Bennett, principal Woodland Hills, California 

Marianne Broomhead, Kenton, Washington 

Cheryl Ann Call, Layton, Utah 

Ruth Clay, Wichita, Kansas 

Margaret Gardner, Provo, Utah 

Marc Giullian, Provo, Utah 

Monika Rosborough, Arvada, Colorado 

Nancy Ward 

Basses 

Eric Hansen, principal Kaysville, Utah 
Pamela Bryan, Los Altos, California 
Jeff Campbell, Bountiful, Utah 
Ben Heaton, Provo, Utah 
David Johnson, Bountiful, Utah 

Piccolo 

Elaine Huff, Logan, Utah 

Flutes 

Yvonne Farnsworth, Provo, Utah 

Miriam Jennings, Seattle, Washington 

Elaine Huff, Logan, Utah 

Oboes 

Vera Loveless, Salt Lake City, Utah 

David Lines, Provo, Utah 

Sharon Ross, Cedar City, Utah 

English Horn 

David Lines, Provo, Utah 

Clarinets 

Alan Portzline, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Robert Barrett, Burbank, California 

Jacquie Parry, Sunnyvale, California 



Bass Clarinet 

Robert Barrett 
Bassoons 

Brian Peterson, Chico, California 

Cathy Chamberlain, Berkeley, California 

Steve Bennett 

D u ff G a rd n e r, I r alencia , Calif o rnia 

Contra -Bassoon 

David Hare 

Horns 

Linda Seamons, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Kirt Erik Cundick, Provo, Utah 

Mike Hainsworth, Spokane, Washington 

Stephen Bunker, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Trumpets 

Robert Peterson, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Clifton K. Oram, Kaysville. Utah 



Trombones 

Steve Kamilos, Sacramento, California 
Mark Ammons, Arlington, Virginia 
Bryce L Mecham, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Bass Trombone 

LaMont Lee, Provo, Utah 

Tuba 

Joel Kimzey, Coral Gables, Florida 

Percussion 

John Chamberlain, Santa Maria, California 

Mary Shambaugh, Newport News, Virginia 

Keeley Wolsey, Provo. Utah 

LaDon Jjnde, Granger, Washington 

Harps 

Janet Bensing, Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Marni Bell, Honolulu, Hawaii 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 
COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 
presents 




KING'S SINGERS 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 9, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 
/ 

English and Italian Madrigals 

Now is the month of maying Thomas Morley 

(1557/8-1602) 

Say love if ever thou didst find John Dowland 

(1563-1626) 

Tan ta ra ran tan tant, cryes Mars Thomas Weelkes 

(1576-1623) 

Contrappunto bestiale alia mente Adriano Banchieri 

(1568-1634) 

Languisce al fin chi da la vita parte Carlo Gesualdo 

(ca. 1561-1613) 

Amor vittorioso Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi 

(1550[?]-1622[?]) 

// 

Lamentations of Jeremiah Osbert Parsley 

(1511-1585) 

Sing joyfully unto God our Strength William Byrd 

(1543[?]-1623) 
O Lord make thy servant Elizabeth our Queen William Byrd 

in 

Moans, Groans, Cries and Sighs, or a 

Composer at Work Gian-Carlo Menotti 

(1911- ) 
Commissioned by The King's Singers and first performed 
at the Edinburgh International Festival in 1981. 

INTERMISSION 
IV 

Five Songs for Four-part Male Chorus Leos Janacek 

(1854-1928) 
Vyhruzka (A threat) 
Orani (Plowing) 
6 lasko (O love) 

Coz ta nase bfiza (Our silver birch tree) 
Ach vojna, vojna (O war) 

V 

Arrangements in close harmony 

Jeremy Jackman, countertenor 
Alastair Hume, countertenor 
Bill Ives, tenor 
Anthony Holt, baritone 
Simon Carrington, baritone 
Colin Mason, bass 

Ground transportation worldwide provided by the Ford Motor Company. 

For information and itineraries of The King's Singers, please contact Beverly Taylor, P.O. Box 125, Cambridge, 

MA 02238. 

As a courtesy to the performers, please make sure your electronic watches and beepers are turned off during the 

performance. 



Program Notes 



ENGLISH AND ITALIAN MADRIGALS 

The madrigal was one of the most important and popular musical forms of the sixteenth century. 
Originating in Italy, it spread to other countries and reached a late flowering in England between 1590 
and 1630. Thomas Morley adapted the Italian style to suit English needs and inspired a whole generation 
of English madrigalists. He, together with William Byrd, represents the earlier period of the English 
madrigal, while the younger composers, notably Thomas Weelkes and John Wilbye, embraced the in- 
novations of the more adventurous Italian masters. 

In sixteenth-century Italy, the word "madrigal" embraced all kinds of vocal music, from the amorous 
and sophisticated to the frothy and gay. The serious Italian madrigals were intended for a refined and 
decadent society and are more subtle and declamatory than their English counterparts. Many Franco- 
Flemish composers, such as Giaches de Wert, dominated the musical scene well into the sixteenth cen- 
tury, but native composers came into their own with the lighter type of madrigal. Particularly popular 
was the Neapolitan villanesca, a street song with dance-like rhythms and simple harmonies. 

THE LAMENTATIONS OF JEREMIAH 

Very little is known about the life of Osbert Parsley, save that he seems to have devoted himself al- 
most entirely to the musical life of Norwich and its cathedral, where he was a "singing man" for fifty 
years. If he himself was not widely travelled, his work was certainly well known outside his native East 
Anglia and held in high esteem; indeed, an example of his music appears in one of the best-known text 
books of the time, Thomas Morley 's A Plain and Easy Introduction to Practical Music (1597). 

His setting of three of the Lamentations of the Old Testament prophet Jeremiah (Jeremiah 2:13-15) 
follows similar settings by English composers of the sixteenth century in that the same expressive musi- 
cal treatment given to the texts of the verses is also used for the Greek letters that separate one lamen- 
tation from the next. The most striking and unusual feature of this piece is the retention in the highest 
vocal line of a measured version of the original plainsong tone that was used to recite the Lamentations 
during the Catholic Rite for Maundy Thursday. 

MEM: With what shall I compare thee, to what shall I liken thee, O daughter of Jerusalem? To 

what shall I equate thee, that I may console thee, virgin daughter of Sion? For thy grief is 

great like the sea: who will heal thee? 
NUN: Thy prophets have seen false and foolish things for thee, neither have they laid bare thine 

iniquity, to rouse thee to repentance: yet they have seen for thee false prophecies and exiles. 
SAMECH: All that have passed by have clapped their hands at thee: they have hissed and wagged their 

heads at the daughter of Jerusalem. 

Jerusalem, return to the Lord thy God. 

WILLIAM BYRD MOTETS 

In 1572, William Byrd was appointed organist of the Chapel Royal, a position he shared with his 
"Master," Thomas Tallis. Both men contributed some of the finest liturgical music ever written, which 
was published under a license for printing music granted them by Queen Elizabeth. Throughout his life, 
Byrd adhered to the old traditions of the church, and, with a few notable exceptions, his settings of Lat- 
in texts contain his greatest work. But in spite of his undoubted Catholic sympathies, "Mr. Byrd, the 
most celebrated musician and organist of the English nation," held his position at the Chapel Royal un- 
til his death in 1623. 



MOANS, GROANS, CRIES AND SIGHS, OR A COMPOSER AT WORK 

Commissioned by The King's Singers and first performed at the Edinburgh International Festival 1981. 

I am told that there are creative artists who enjoy their work, but I doubt it. For me at least the cre- 
ative process has always been an arduous, frustrating undertaking -in which one never achieves what one 
is after. "A poem is never finished, only abandoned" states Paul Valery, and I could not agree with him 
more. 

Why does an artist then seek willingly such torment? I know of no better way of defining this tor- 
tuous process than "spiritual masochism." In my more desperate and belligerent moods, I picture myself 
as a Tobias fighting with the Angel. And it is indeed the incurable hope of subjugating the elusive and 
indomitable Angel that drives the artist to such uneven combat. Ostensibly artists accept commissions 
because of their everpresent need of money, but subconsciously most of us submit ourselves to them be- 
cause they force us to take the plunge into battle. More often than not, we then regret our rashness and 
lament our angelic bondage, praying for prompt deliverance. 

This autobiographical scene owes an obvious debt to the "ragionamenti vaghi e dilettevoli" of the 
great Adriano Banchieri, who already taught me long ago how to dramatize the madrigal form in my 
"The Unicorn, the Gorgon and the Manticore." 

It is my hope that this gentle self-caricature, which makes light of a serious matter, will not only 
amuse you but also wring from your heart a drop of compassionate understanding. 

Gian-Carlo Menotti 

FIVE SONGS FOR FOUR-PART MALE CHORUS 

Early in 1873 when he was nineteen, Janacek was appointed conductor of Svatopluk, a working-men's 
choral society in Brno, founded in 1868. Declining the modest annual stipend, he at once set out to raise 
the standards of both singing and administration, with carefully chosen repertoire. It was for the Svato- 
pluk that Janacek composed many of his early choral works, including the pieces sung at today's concert. 
Three of them (Vyhruzka, O lasko, and Ach vojna) came from a collection of four, written in 1885 and 
dedicated "as a token of the deepest respect" to Dvorak, who never actually heard them sung but who, 
after playing them through, told Janacek that he found many of the modulations "rather startling," 
while admitting that they displayed "a truly Slavonic spirit." "Orani," which is probably partly derived 
from a folk melody, was featured in Janacek's first concert with the Svatopluk on 27 April 1873; "Coz ta 
nase briza" dates from 1893 and is a setting for words by Eliska Krasnohorska, the librettist of Smetana's 
last four operas. 

Robin Goldberg 

ARRANGEMENTS IN CLOSE HARMONY 

A selection of pieces from the lighter side of the repertoire. The King's Singers like to end their pro- 
grams with such a selection, which might consist of anything from arrangements of folk-songs and spir- 
ituals to standard evergreens and contemporary pop material. 

Continuum 

Coming March 20, 1985 

8:00 p.m. Madsen Recital Hall 

Student/Faculty $3.00 General Public $4.00 

Edward Tarr, Baroque trumpet 

Coming March 23, 1985 

8:00 p.m. de Jong Concert Hall 

Student/Faculty $3.00 General Public $4.00 

For more information call 378-7444 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



GRADUATE STRING QUARTET 

Karen Jonsson Hughes, violin 
Andrea Lee Hudson, violin 
Shauna Marie Smith, viola 
Ruth Ann Clay, cello 



8:00 p.m. 
Saturday, March 9, 1985 
Room 151 
N. Eldon Tanner Building 



PROGRAM 



String Quartet in C Minor, D. 703 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 
Allegro assai 



La oraciCn del torero, op. 34 Joaquin Turina 

(1882-1949) 

String Quartet No. 2 in D Major Alexander Borodin 

(1833-1887) 
Nocturne: Andante 



INTERMISSION 



String Quartet in E-flat Major, op. 74, 

"The Harp" Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Poco Adagio- -Allegro 
Adagio ma non troppo 
Presto 
Allegretto con variazioni 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

DAVID KERN, flute 

Student of Susan Goodfellow 

Assisted by: 

David Chris tensen, piano 
Suzanne Ostler, viola 
John Tran, violin 
Sue Campbell, organ 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 

8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 9, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Serenade , op . 35 Howard Hansen 

(1896- ) 

Rondo in D Major, K. Ann. 184 . .Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 

Introduction and Variations on Trock'ne Blumen, 

op . 160 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 



INTERMISSION 



Recueillement Noel Gallon 

(1891-1966) 

Erste Serenado, op. 77a. Max Reger 

(1873-1916) 
Allegro 

Andante semplice con variazioni 
Presto 



Sixieme solo de concert, op. 82 Jules Demersseman 

(1833-1866) 
Maestoso marziale 
Chanson napolitaine 
Saltarello 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



SYMPHONIC BAND 

Dan Bachelder, conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 12, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 
Coat of Arms George Kenny 



Toccata marziale Ralph Vaughan Williams 

(1872-1958) 

Procession of Nobles Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov--Leidzen 

(1844-1908) 

Suite No. 2 in F Major for Military Band, 

op. 28, no. 2 Gustav Hoist 

(1874-1934) 
March 

Song without Words: "I'll Love My Love" 
Song of the Blacksmith 
Fantasia on the "Dargason" 



INTERMISSION 



Canzon duodecimi toni Giovanni Gabrieli 

(1553/6-1612) 

Dramatic Prelude Claude T. Smith 

(1932- ) 

The Firebird Igor Stravinsky- -Colnot -Herrmann 

(1882-1971) 



Flutes 

Marie deLespinasse 
Sophia Kepas 
Heidi Rinaldi 
Crystal Taets 
Teresa Taylor 
Melissa Ownby 
Lisa Dupree 

Oboes 

Elisabeth Jorgensen 
Cindee Anderson 
Dalian Quass 
Samuel Gardner 

Clarinets 
Jean Voyles 
Lance Bassett 
Julie McDougal 
Becky Weber 
Lise Moyes 
Angela Elder 
Dave Molina 
Carol Wagstaff 

Bass Clarinet 
Margaret Morris 

Bassoons 
Eric Johnson 
Sally Forrest 

Alto Saxophones 
Sam Hinds 
Tom Clark 

Tenor Saxophone 
Joel Williams 



BYU Symphonic Band 
Dr. Dan Bachelder, conductor 

Baritone Saxophone 
Brian Affleck 

Trumpets 
Wylie Anderson 
John Peterson 
Scott Sessions 
Lorrie Delsey 

Cornets 
Scott Acton 
Tracy Stefl 
Anthony Keel 
Laura Billington 
Shane Turner 
Michelle Cromorty 
Joel Loosli 
Arlin Rogers 
Edward Barrows 

Horns 

Glen Worthy 
James Jenkins 
Bill Highland 
Catherine Highland 
Scott Walker 

Trombones 
Carl Hammar 
Sam Tsagawa 
Paul Shawcroft 
Kimberly Lancaster 
Sandra Lott 
Stefan Arnoldson 



Euphoniums 
Jeff Howarth 
Brian Pyper 
John McCleve 
Elizabeth Tree 
Brent Tracy 



Percussion 
Morey Pay, timpani 
Gary Decker 
Kit Ashworth 
Ken Kirby 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JULIE BEVAN ZUMSTEG, cello 

Assisted by: 

Irene Peery, piano 
Barbara Williams, violin 



in 



FACULTY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 12, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Prelude 
Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 

Gavotte I- -Gavotte II 
Gigue 



Trio No. 5 in D Major, op. 70, no. 1 

("Ghost") Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Allegro vivace e con brio 
Largo assai ed espressivo 
Presto 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata in G Minor for Cello and Piano, op. 65 Fr£d£ric Chopin 

(1810-1849) 
Allegro moderato 
Scherzo 
Largo 
Finale: Allegro 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 

Ralph G. Lay cock, director 
with 
Student Soloists 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 14, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Overture to Der Schauspieldirektor , K. 486. . .Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 

Concerto in G Minor for Two Violoncellos, 

R.V. 531, F.III, no. 2 Antonio Vivaldi 

(1678-1741) 
Allegro 
Largo 
Allegro 

Julie Bennett, cello Ruth Clay, cello 



Concerto in B Minor for Four Violins, op. 3, 

no. 10, R.V. 580 Antonio Vivaldi 

Allegro 

Largo- -Larghet to- -Largo 

Allegro 

Mike Abramson, violin Laurie Olsen, violin 
John Tran, violin Karen Hales, violin 



Symphonia Concertante in E-flat Major for 

Violin and Viola, K. 364 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro maestoso 

Mark Taylor, violin Nancy Call, viola 

INTERMISSION 



Suite from Pulcine Via , after G.B. Pergolesi Igor Stravinsky 

(1882-1971) 
Sinfonia (overture) 
Serenata 

Scherzino- -Allegro- -Andantino 
Tarantella 
Toccata 

Gavotta con due variazioni 
Vivo 
Minuet to- -Finale 

Jim Waite, violin Margaret Gardner, cello 

Suzanne Ostler, violin Eric Hansen, bass 
Jim Quist, viola 

and the entire wind section 



PERSONNEL 



Ralph G. Laycock, director 



Violins 

Mark Taylor, oonoertmaster 

Mike Abramson, principal 

Anne Crosland 

Karen Hales 

Heather McConkie 

Anne Morrell 

Laurie 01 sen 

Suzanne Ostler 

John Tran 

Jim Waite 



Oboes 

Barbara Peterson 

Vera Loveless 

Clarinets 
Alan Portzline 
Jacquie Parry 

Bassoons 
Brian Peterson 
Cathleen Chamberlain 



Violas 

Nancy Call, principal 

Mary Cannon 

Carol Sue Glasset 

Jim Quist 

Cellos 

Julie Bennett, principal 

Ruth Clay 

Margaret Gardner 



Horns 

Mike Hainsworth 

Kirt Erik Cundick 

Trumpet 
Mike Siggard 
Robert Peterson 

Trombone 
Mark Ammons 



Basses 

Eric Hansen, principal 

Scott Killpack 



Timpani 

John Chamberlain 



Piccolo 
Sharon Aldous 



Flutes 
Steve Alder 
Sharon Aldous 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



WOMEN'S CHORUS 

Sandefur Schmidt, conductor 
and 



MEN'S CHORUS 

Mack Wilberg, conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 14, 1985 

deJong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



I 

Music, Spread Thy Voice George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Tracy Turek, alto 

Frau Nachtigall mit slissem Schall Johann Hermann Schein 

(1586-1630) 

Dame Nightingale on sound relies 
To let her praise to God arise, 
Also the lark her homage sings, 
And every day her offering brings. 

Ah, such delight, this feast of tone 
Will one day be for God alone. 
For when the sound of earth grow dim, 
The Angel Choir these songs will hymn. 

Dan Perkins, conductor 

II 

Crucif ixus Andrea Gabrieli 

(ca. 1510-1586) 
Crucified, and for us He also, 
under Pontius Pilate, suffered and was buried. 

Ah, Holy Jesus Johann Cruger- -Jennings 

(1598-1662) 

Tantum ergo , op . 55 Gabriel Faure* 

Therefore we, before Him bending, (1845-1924) 

This great Sacrament revere, 

Types and shadow have their ending, 

For the newer rite is here; 

Faith, our outward sense befriending, 
Makes our inward vision clear. 

Glory let us give and blessing 

To the Father and the Son, 

Honor, thanks and praise addressing, 

While eternal ages run; 

Ever too, His love confessing 
Who from Both with Both is One 
Amen. 



I Was Glad Randall Thompson 

(1899-1984) 

By the Rivers of Babylon David Amram 

Cathleen Barney, soprano (1930- J 

III 

Standchen, D. 920 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 

Lingering softly in the dusk of evening stillness, 

We are here, and with fingers gently bent, 

Lightly knock we thus on our sweetheart's chamber door. 

Now uprising, swelling, surging, with united voices, 

Loud, calling forth to her we love, 

Sleep thou not, when affection seeks thine ear. 

Once a sage with lantern seeking, 
Looked for men of honest speaking, 
More than gold 'tis hard to find 
Lovers gentle and charming. 
So when friendship and love cry, 
Oh my darling, open thine eyes. 

Yet of all the goods we number, 
What can be compared to slumber? 
So instead of gifts or singing, 
We to you sweet rest are bringing, 
Just a greeting we shall say, 
So we silence all our music, 
Lightly vanishing away. 

Claudia Manaton, alto 



V ' 



Song to the Moon Antonin Dvorak 

(1841-1904) 

Three Lijnericks Brady Allred 

(1961- ) 

Women's Chorus 
INTERMISSION 



Zion hort die Wachter Sing en, from 

Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, 

BuxWV 100 Dietrich Buxtehude 

Zion hears the watchmen singing, (ca. 1637-1707) 

And all her heart rejoices. 

She wakes, she rises from her gloom, 

For her Lord comes down all glorious. 

The strong in grace, in truth victorious, 

Her Star is risen, her Light ds come! 

Der Herr segne euch, from Cantata BWV 196. . . .Johann Sebastian Bach 

May God smile on you e'er more and more, I ~ J 
And on all your children. 

II 

Sanctus , from Requiem Luigi Cherub ini 

(1760-1842) 
Holy, holy Lord God of Sabaoth! 
Heaven and earth are full of Thy glory. 
Hosanna in the Highest! 
Blessed is He that cometh 
In the name of the Lord! 

Dan Perkins, conductor 

Inveni David Anton Bruckner 

I have found David my servant; I ~ J 

With my holy oil I anointed him: 

With whom my hand shall be established; 

Mine arm also shall strengthen him. Alleluia. 

Ill 

A Mighty Fortress Is Our God Arr. William Heyne 

Song of Peace Vincent Persichetti 

(1915- ) 

Come, Let Us Sing unto the Lord Emma Lou Diemer 

(1927- ) 



IV 

Quatre petites prieres de Saint Francois d f Assise Francis Poulenc 

(1899-1963) 

Seigneur, je vous en prie 

Lord, I pray Thee 

That the burning and sweet power 

Of Thy love absorb my soul 

And withdraw it from all that is under heaven, 

So that I die for love of Thy love 

Since Thou hast deigned die for love of my love. 

mes tres chers freres 

my beloved brethern and my eternally blessed children, 
Hearken unto me; hearken unto the voice of your Father. 

We have promised great things. 

We have been promised greater things. 

Let us keep those our promises 

And yearn for those we have been promised. 

Pleasure endures but a moment; pain is eternal 

Many are called; few are chosen. 

All will receive what they have merited. 

So be it. 

V 
Home on That Rock Kirby Shaw 

The Dying Soldier Arr. Mack Wilberg 

This Train Arr . Fenno Heath 

Men's Chorus 

Let All Things Living Arr. K. K. Davis 

Combined Choirs 
Sandefur Schmidt, conductor 



Men f s Chorus 
Mack Wilberg, director 
Dan Perkins, assistant conductor 
Dwight M. Ostergaard, accompanist 



Tenor I 

Joel Baldwin 

Braden Blake 

Jeffrey Carter 

Brent D. Elwood 

Steven Giles 

Mark McDonnell 

Rich Lundquist 

Dan Perkins 

Douglas W. Savage 
*Scott Smith 
*Darren Turley 

Tenor II 
Rick Abbott 
P. Greg Bashaw 
Kenley Butler 
Gregory Hess 
Kevin McGee 
Joseph Murphy 
Dwight M. Ostergaard 
David Pinkston 
Michael Pulsipher 
Ronald D. Sasine 
*Paul Smith 
Brent Walker 
Douglas Wall is 
K. Don Wilde 
Glen Worthey 



Bass I 

Michael Babbitt 
John Barrow 
Bret Beeton 
Craig N. Butler 
James Carson 
Jesse Cole 
Douglas Griger 
Jeffrey Gruwell 
Stuart Guinn 
Jared Hinde 
Mike Hohl 
Michael James 
Gordon Jessee 
Thomas Kratochvil 
Thomas Larson 
Douglas McCampbell 
Michael Milne 
Robert Padilla 
Robert Prosch 
Erik Prusse 
R. Scott Rasmussen 
Brandt Redd 
Richard C. Rogers 
David Savage 
Russ Scribner 
Jonathon Sedgwick 
Mark H. Taylor 
John J. Trau 
Brian V. Walker 
Chad Woolley 



Basses II 
Russ Armstrong 
Ross Reed Beards ley 
Matthew S. DelBianco 
Milan Detweiler 
Thomas G. Haws 
°Steven Kenner 
William McCandless 
David B. Monson 
David V. Mortenson 
Mark R. Peterson 
David Ream 
Keith Reber 
Shane Smith 
Steven Stokes 
Bert Workman 



*Officers 

°This evening ! s concert is performed in remembrance of Steve Kenner 
who passed away on the 19th of February 1985. 



Women ! s Chorus 
Sandefur Schmidt, conductor 
Elan McMahan, accompanist 



Soprano I 

Cathleen Barney 

Carol Ann Beeton 

Margene Brown 

Adeana Chandler 

Deana K. Collins 

Janet Gardiner 

Alice Hall 

Robyn Hayes 

Renee Hyde 

Pamela Kocherhans 

Amy Maher 

Christine Mead 
*Karen Monson 

Sherie North 

Melonie Poulson 
*Sandie Schnakenburg 

Debra Swanson 

Betsy Wheeler 

Sue Wilde 

Patty Young 

Alto I 

Juliet Beitler 
Michel e Chambers 
Jill Clark 
Kathleen Conroy 
Raelyn Cox 
Jeri Ellingson 
Jannette Goodman 
Connie Larson 
Wendy D. Mabee 
*Claudia Manaton 
Dainelle Martin 
Mary Leigh Moore 
Marianne Parmer 
Tamera Park 
Michelle Parnaby 
Suzanne Pool 
Cathy Quackenbush 
Janice Smith 
Tracy Lynne Turek 
Rebecca Woodworth 
Amy Warner 



Soprano II 
Jana Andrews 
Lorraine Arbizu 
Twila Boyd 
*Kristen Close 
Kathleen Cox 
Diane Eckery 
Susan Frampton 
Alison Fuller 
Elizabeth Hanks 
Annette Harrison 
Angela Hatch 
Shauna Hyde 
Eila Jenson 
Susie Johann 
Browynn Murray 
Sandy Nielsen 
Noelle Robertson 
Kimberly Staheli 
Julie Tingey 
Lara Walker 
April Webster 
Jil Whittle 

Alto II 

Diane Arrington 
Cheryl 1 Beck 
Lisa Bowen 
Julie Christensen 
Melissa Davis 
Jill Forbes 
Kristi Jenkins 
Valinda Jensen 
Rebecca Johnson 
Holly Lee 
Marci Mcintosh 
Catherine Morgan 
Jill Skeem 
Amy Stitt 
Jenifer Young 
Julie Wixom 

*officers 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

CARLA PRATT, soprano 

Student of Ray L. Arbizu 

Assisted by: 

Elan McMahan, piano 
Michelle Stark, clarinet 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Friday, March 15, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Va f godendo, from Serse George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 

How Beautiful Are the Feet of Them, from 

Messiah George Frideric Handel 

Rejoice Greatly, Daughter of Zion, from 

Messiah .George Frideric Handel 



FrUhlingsglaube Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 
Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, op. 129 Franz Schubert 



In quelle trine morbide, from 

Manon Leseaut Giacomo Puccini 

(1858-1924) 

INTERMISSION 



Chanson d f amour Gabriel Faure* 

(1845-1924) 

Apres un reve Gabriel Faure" 

Au bord de 1 ! eau Gabriel Faure" 



Hermit Songs Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 
St. Ita ! s Vision 
The Crucifixion 
The Monk and His Cat 

The Little Horses Arr. by Aaron Copland 

(1900- ) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JON LINFORD, baritone 

Student of Robert Downs 

Assisted by: 

Robin Hancock, piano 
Ronald Staheli, piano 
Martha West, mezzo-soprano 
Michael Belnap, tenor 
Vaughn Stephenson, bass 
Honors String Quartet 



in 



GRADUATE RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 16, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

I 

Dover Beach, op. 3 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 
I I 

Detskaya (The Nursery) Modest Petrovich Musorgsky 

(1839-1881) 
S nyaney (With Nurse) 
V uglu (In the Corner) 
Na son gryadushchiy (Evening Prayer) 
Poyekhal na palochke (The Hobby Horse) 

Wotan's Farewell and Magic Fire Music, from 

Die WalkUre Richard Wagner 

(1813-1883) 

INTERMISSION 

I V 

Six Songs Charles E . Ives 

(1874-1954) 
General William Booth Enters into Heaven, no. 98 
Luck and Work, no. 95 
Religion, no. 85 
Canon, no. 15 
The See ! r, no. 92 
Charlie Rutlage, no. 119 



Three Scenes from Sweeny Todd Stephen Sondheim 

(1930- ) 
Pretty Women 
Epiphany 
A Little Priest 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

CAROL WAGSTAFF, flute 
VERA LOVELESS, oboe 

Students of Susan Goodfellow and Darrel Stubbs 

Assisted by: 

Melinda Moody, piano and harpsichord 
Curtis Davis, cello 
Janet Bensing, harp 
Laura Barrus, piano 

in 

JOINT RECITAL 



4:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 16, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Concerto in sol maggiore Giovanni Battista Pergolesi 

(1710-1736) 
Spiritoso 
Adagio 
Allegro spiritoso 

Miss Wagstaff , flute 

Miss Moody, harpsichord 

Mr. Davis, cello 

Gavotte Michael Head 

(1900-1976) 
Presto Michael Head 

Miss Loveless, oboe 
Miss Barrus, piano 

Minuet and Dance, from Orpheus Christoph Willibald Gluck 

(1714-17870 
Der Nebel steigt, from Helge Rode's play 

Die Mutter 3 op. 41 Carl Nielsen 

Miss Wagstaff, flute (1865-1931) 

Miss Bensing, harp 

INTERMISSION 

Konzert fur Oboe und Orchester in C Major, 

Hob. Vllg/Cl Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Allegro spiritoso 
Andante 
Rondo 

Miss Loveless, oboe Miss Barrus, piano 

Fantasie, op. 79 Gabriel Faure* 

(1845-1924) 
Andantino 
Allegro 

Miss Wagstaff, flute Miss Moody, piano 

Duo for Flute and Oboe Alberto Ginastera 

An (1916-1983) 

Allegro v 

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Miss Loveless, oboe Miss Wagstaff, flute 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

DANIEL R. PERKINS, piano 
Student of Paul C. Pollei 



1 n 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 
Monday, March 18, 1985 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Fantasia in C Major, Hob. XVII/4 Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 



Sonata in G Major, op. 78, D. 894 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 
Molto moderato e cantabile 
Andante 
Allegretto 



INTERMISSION 



Ballade, op. 46 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 



Fantasia in F Minor, op. 49 Fr£d6ric Chopin 

(1810-1849) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

NANCY CALL, viola 

Student of David Dal ton 

Assisted by: 

Karen Call, mezzo-soprano 
Alan Giambattista, piano 

in 

STUDENT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 19, 1985 

Room 151 

N. Eldon Tanner Building 



PROGRAM 



Geistliches Wiegenlied, op. 91, no. 2 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 

Sonata in F Minor, op. 120, no. 1 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro appassionato 
Andante un poco adagio 
Allegretto grazioso 
Vivace 



Sonate fur Bratsche allein, op. 25, no. 1 Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 
Breit Viertel 
Sehr frisch und straff 
Sehr langsam 
Rasendes Zeitmass--Wild--TonschOnheit ist Nebensache 



INTERMISSION 



Suite for Viola and Piano (1919) Ernest Bloch 

(1880-1959) 

Lento- -Allegro- -Moderato 
Allegro ironico 
Lento 
Molto vivo 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

MARK McKAY WATKINS, flute, tenor saxophone, clarinet, 

alto saxophone 

Student of Ray Smith 

Assisted by: 

Russell Sorenson, piano 
Jessica Worrell, piano 
Susanne Young, piano 
Jon Naatjes, piano 

in 

SOPHOMORE RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 21, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Three Romances for Flute, op. 94 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
Nicht schnell 
Einfach, innig 
Nicht schnell 

Mr. Sorenson, piano 

Sanata for B-flat Tenor Saxophone and Piano Leon Stein 

(1910- ) 
Allegro vivace 
Adagio 
Allegro 

Mr. Naatjes, piano 

Concertante for Clarinet and Orchestra Norman Dello Joio 

(1913- ) 
Adagio e con molto sentemento 
Tema: Andante semplice 
Var. 1 Allegro animato 
Var. 2 Spumate 
Var. 3 Amabile 
Var. 4 Andante recitativo 
Var. 5 Allegro ma non troppo 

Miss Young, piano 

Concerto in E-flat Major for Alto Saxophone and 

Piano Alexander Glazunov 

(1865-1936) 

Miss Worrell, piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

CYNTHIA PHELPS, viola 

Assisted by: 

Mack Wilberg, piano 

in 

PRIMROSE MEMORIAL CONCERT 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 21, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata No. 3 in G Minor, BWV 1029 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Vivace 
Adagio 
Allegro 

Aria from Bachiana brasileira No. 5...Heitor Villa-Lobos- -Primrose 

(1887-1959) 

Concert Piece George Enescu 

(1881-1955) 

INTERMISSION 

Variations on "Bei Mannern, welche Liebe fuhlen" 

from Mozart's Die Zauberfldte Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 

Soanta in F Major for Viola and Piano, op. 11, 

no . 4 Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

MARK AMMONS, trombone and euphonium 

Student of Daniel F. Bachelder 

Assisted by: 

Mar)' Bennett, piano 
Dan Perkins, piano 
Julie Bennett, cello 
Nancy Call, viola 
Carol Ann All red, soprano 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, March 22, 1985 

Madsen Recital Flail 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Ballade, op. 62 Eugene Bozza 

(1905- ) 

Fantasy, op. 42 Paul Creston 

(1906- ) 
Mr. Perkins, piano 

Sonata No. 1 John Ernest Galliard 

(1678-1749) 
Cantabile 

Spiritoso e staccato 
Largo e staccato 
Allegro e staccato 
Vivace 



INTERMISSION 



Serenade No. 6 for Trombone, Viola, and Cello. . .Vincent Persichetti 

(1915- ) 
Miss Bennett, cello Miss Call, viola 

Two Songs for Soprano and Bass Trombone Marshall Bialosky 

(1923- ) 
The Quarry 

Mrs. Allred, soprano 

Blue Bells of Scotland Arthur Pryor 

(1870-1942) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

MONIKA R0SB0R0UGH, violoncello 

Student of Julie B. Zumsteg 

Assisted by: 

Sharon Aldous, flute 
Steve Erickson, piano 
Barbara Merrill, piano 
Jeff Romero, piano 



in 



SOPHOMORE RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, March 22, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Prelude: Allegro non troppo 
Allemande: Allegro moderato 
Courante: Allegro 
Sarabande : Largo 
Menuet I, II: Moderato 
Gigue: Vivace 



Trio No. 14, HobXV/17 Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Allegro 
Finale: Tempo di menuetto 

Miss Aldous, flute 
Mr. Erickson, piano 



ElSgie, op. 24 Gabriel Faure* 

(1845-1924) 

Miss Merrill, piano 



Sonata No. 2 in G Minor, op. 5, no. 2 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Adagio sostenuto ed espressivo 
Allegro molto piii tosto presto 
Rondo: Allegro 

Mr. Romero, piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

DWIGHT BLAZIN, piano 

Student of Paul Pollei 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 23, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Prelude, op. 32, no. 10 Sergey Rakhmaninov 

(1873-1943) 

Etude, op. 39, no. 3 Sergey Rakhmaninov 



Sonata No. 7 in D Major, op. 10, no. 3.. Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Presto 

Largo e r.iesto 
Menuetto: Allegro 
Rondo: Allegro 



* -i ' 



Ballade in F Minor, op. 52 Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 



INTERMISSION 



Klavierstlick. op. 33a Arnold Schoenberg 

(1874-1951) 

Prelude and Fugue in C Major, BWV 870, 

WTC II Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Symphonic Etudes , op. 13 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 



BR1GHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

CLAYTON WILLIAMS, piano 

Student of Robert Smith and Irene Peery 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 23, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Fantasie and Fugue in A Minor, BWV 904. . .Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 



Sonata in C Minor, K. 457 Wolfgang Amadous Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Molto allegro 
Adagio 
Allegro assai 



INTERMISSION 



Miroirs (1904-5) Maurice Ravel 

(1875-1937) 
Noctuelles 
Oiseaux tristes 
Une barque sur l 1 ocean 
Alborada del gracioso 
La Valine des cloches 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

ELAINE HUFF, flute 

Student of Ted Wight 

Assisted by: 

Joanne Rust, piano 
Susan Jones, oboe 
Vivian Harmer, flute 
Janet Bensing, harp 

in 

FRESHMAN RECITAL 



4:00 p.m. 
Saturday, March 23, 1985 
Mads en Recital Hall 
Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata in A Major for Flute and Piano, 

BVJV 1032 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Largo 
Allegro 

Miss Rust, piano 

Duo for Flute and Oboe, op. 13 Alberto Ginastera 

(1916-1983) 
Sonata 
Pastorale 
Fuga 

Miss Jones, oboe 

Chanson et badinerie Pierre Camus 

Miss Rust, piano 

INTERMISSION 



Trio des Jeunes Ismaelites, from 

L 'enfance du Christy op. 25 Hector Berlioz 

(1803-1869) 
Miss Harmer, second flute Miss Bensing, harp 

Concerto Jean Rivier 

(1896- ) 
Lento 
Allegro 

Miss Rust, piano 



BRICHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 



PERFORMING ARTS SERIES 



Presents 



EDWARD Ho TARR^ trumpet and natural trumpet 

with 
IRMTRAUD KRUGER, organ 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 23, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata No. 1 in C Major (1678) .. .Giovanni Bonaventura Viviani--Tarr 

(1638-after 1692) 
Andante 
Allegro 
Presto 
Allegro 
Adagio 

Toccata sexta, from Apparatus musioo- 

organistieus . (1690) Georg Muffat 

(1653-1704) 

Cuatro piezas de clarines in D Major Anon. Spanish- -Tarr 

(late 17th century) 
Entrada de clarines 
Cane ion de clarin, con eco 
Otra cane ion 
Cane ion de clarin muy aprisa el compas, respondiendo el eco 

Suite Cortesana Anon. Spanish 

(early 17th century) 
Las Vacas 
Alamanda 
Un aire alegre 
Zarabanda 
Danza del Acha 
Canarios 
El Villano 

INTERMISSION 

Suite No. 1 of Trumpet Voluntaries John Stanley- -Tarr 

(1713-1786) 
Vivace 
Adagio 
Andante Largo 

Organ Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major, 

op. 4 George Frideric Handel- -Fuller 

F (1685-1759) 

A tempo ordinario, e staccato 

Allegro 

Adagio, e staccato 

Allegro, ma non presto 



Variations on a Theme of Jeremiah Clarke, 

op. 132 (1984) Stanley Weiner 

(dedicated to Edward H. Tarr and (1925- ) 

Irmtraud KrUger) 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC 

presents 

THE WELL^TEMPERED CLAVIER, BOOKS I AND II 
(48 Preludes and fugues) 

by 



JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH 




Bach at the organ (artist un- 
known). "All one has to do is hit 
the right notes at the right time, 
and the instrument plays itself/' 



in honor of the 

300th anniversary of his birth 
(1685-1750) 



Lecture-Recital-Demonstration 
by members of the 
Piano Literature Class 



Dr. Paul C. Pollei 

Dwight Blazin 
Teresa Dickson 
Valerie Fields 
Gretchen Hubbert 
Nancy Larson 
Elan McMahan 
Robert Nakea 
Dwight Ostergaard 
Dan Perkins 
Vanesa Read 



Monday, March 25, 1985 
Tuesday, March 26, 1985 
Wednesday, March 27, 1985 
Thursday, March 28, 1985 
Friday, March 29, 1985 

MADSEN RECITAL HALL 
12:00 noon 



Monday, March 25, 1985 

Introduction . . . Paul C. Pollei 

Well tempered Clavier, Book I 

no. 1 Prelude and Fugue in C Major Dwight Ostergaard 

(clavichord) 
no. 2 Prelude and Fugue in C Minor Elan McMahan 

(synthesizer) Dwight Ostergaard 

no. 3 Prelude and Fugue in OSharp Major ...... Dwight Blazin 

(harpsichord) 
no. 4 Prelude and Fugue in OSharp Minor , . . * . Gretchen Hubbert 

(piano — Kary Billings) 
no. 5 Prelude and Fugue in D Major .,.....,. Valerie Fields 

(harpsichord) 
no. 6 Prelude and Fugue in D Minor .,.,.«,.,. Dan Perkins 

(piano) 
no. 7 Prelude and Fugue in E-Flat Major ..... Dwight Ostergaard 

(piano — Justin Lowder) 
no. 8 Prelude and Fugue in E-Flat Minor ; , .Robert Nakea 

(harpsichord) 

Tuesday, March 26, 1985 

no. 9 Prelude and Fugue in E Major ......... Valerie Fields 

(harpsichord) 
no. 10 Prelude and Fugue in E Minor ......... Teresa Dickson 

(carillon — David Lines and Chris Guymon). 
no. 11 Prelude and Fugue in F Major , . . Dan Perkins 

(harpsichord) 
no. 12 Prelude and Fugue in F Minor . . . . , Vanesa Read 

(organ) 
no. 13 Prelude and Fugue in F-Sharp Major Nancy Larson 

(clavichord) 
no. 14 Prelude and Fugue in F-Sharp Minor Gretchen Hubbert 

(piano — Steven Erickson) 
no. 15 Prelude and Fugue in G Major Elan McMahan 

(piano) 
no. 16 Prelude and Fugue in G Minor Vanesa Read 

(synthesizer) Karen Gardner 

no. 17 Prelude and Fugue in A-Flat Major Nancy Larson 

(piano) 
no. 18 Prelude and Fugue in G-Sharp Minor ....... Vanesa Read 

(piano) 
no. 19 Prelude and Fugue in A Major .,..,.... Dwight Blazin 

(piano) 



Wednesday, March 27, 1985 

no. 20 Prelude and Fugue in A Minor '. Elan McMahan 

(organ) 
no. 21 Prelude and Fugue in B-Flat Major Dwight Ostergaard 

(piano) 
no. 22 Prelude and Fugue in B-Flat Minor Dan Perkins 

(piano — prelude; brass quintet — fugue) 
no. 23 Prelude and Fugue in B Major Valerie Fields 

(organ) 
no. 24 Prelude and Fugue in B Minor Robert Nakea 

(organ) 

Well-tempered Clavier, Book II 

no. 1 Prelude and Fugue in C Major Dwight Blazin 

(piano) 
no. 2 Prelude and Fugue in C Minor Elan McMahan 

(piano) 
no. 3 Prelude and Fugue in C-Sharp Major . Robert Nakea 

(piano) 
no. 4 Prelude and Fugue in C-Sharp Minor Vanesa Read 

(harpsichord) 
no. 5 Prelude and Fugue in D Major Dan Per 1 ins 

(harpsichord — prelude? vocal quintet--fugue) 
no. 6 Prelude and Fugue in D Minor Nancy Larson 

(harpsichord) 

Thursday, March 28, 1985 

no. 7 Prelude and Fugue in E-Flat Major Dan Perkins 

(Jeff Romero — prelude; vocal quintet — fugue) 
no. 8 Prelude and Fugue in D-Sharp Minor , Valerie Fields 

(harpsichord) 
no. 9 Prelude and Fugue in E Major Valerie Fields 

(organ) 
no. 10 Prelude and Fugue in E Minor Gretchen Hubbert 

(harpsichord) 
no. 11 Prelude and Fugue in F Major Robert Nakea 

(organ) 
no. 12 Prelude and Fugue in F Minor Teresa Dickson 

(harpsichord) 
no. 13 Prelude and Fugue in F-Sharp Major Nancy Larson 

(Saxophone Trio) 
no. 14 Prelude and Fugue in F-Sharp Minor ....... Robert Nakea 

(harpsichord) 
no. 15 Prelude and Fugue in G Major Dwight Blazin 

(piano) 
no. 16 Prelude and Fugue in G Minor ....... Dwight Ostergaard 

(synthesizer) Elan McMahan 



no. 17 Prelude and Fugue in Ar-Flat Major Dwight Ostergaard 

(piano) 

Friday, March 29, 1985 

no. 18 Prelude and Fugue in G-Sharp Minor Gretchen Hubbert 

(Instrumental Ensemble — prelude and fugue) 
no. 19 Prelude and Fugue in A Major Teresa Dickson 

(flute, oboe, harpsichord) 
no. 20 Prelude and Fugue in A Minor Elan McMahan 

(harpsichord) 
no. 21 Prelude and Fugue in B-Flat Major Dwight Blazin 

(piano) 
no. 22 Prelude and Fugue in B-Flat Minor Vanesa Read 

(piano) 
no. 23 Prelude and Fugue in B Major . . Gretchen Hubbert 

(piano — prelude; string quartets-fugue) 
no. 24 Prelude and Fugue in B Minor Nancy Larson 

(piano) 

* * * * . * * * ** * * * 



BIRTHDAY PARTY! 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

RAY SMITH/ alto and soprano saxophones 



Assisted by: 

Chip Prince, piano 

The Brigham Young University Saxophone Quartet 



FACULTY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 26, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Tableaux de Provence (1960) .Paule Maurice 

(1910-1967) 
Farandole de jeunes filles 
Chanson pour ma mie 
La bohemienne 

Des Alyscamps l'ame soupire 
Le cabridan 

Mr. Prince, piano 

Sonata in A Minor, Wq. 131 Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach--Smith 

(1714-1788) 
Poco adagio 
Allegro 
Allegro 

Sonata for Alto Saxophone, op. 29 (1972) „ Robert Muczynski 

(1929- ) 
Andante maestoso 
Allegro energico 

Mr. Prince, piano 

Cache-Cache pour quatuor de saxophones Robert Cle*risse 

(1899-1973) 

Mazurka Claude Debussy- -Cunningham 

(1862-1918) 

Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080. . • Johann Sebastian Bach--Maure 

(1685-1750) 
Contrapunctus I 

Saxophone Quartet, op. 102 Florent Schmitt 

(1870-1958) 
Avec une sage decision 
Vif 

Assez lent 
Anime* sans exces 

Ragtime Suite (1974) Arthur Frackenpohl 

(1924- ) 
Pan-Am Rag (Tom Turpin) 

Something Doing (Scott Hayden and Scott Joplin) 
The Cascades (Scott Joplin) 

The Brigham Young University 
Saxophone Quartet 
Ray Smith, soprano Mark Watkins, tenor 

Daron Bradford, alto Mark Sheldon, baritone 



PROGRAM 



Danzon Cubano for Two Pianos (1942) 



Aaron Copland 
(1900- ) 



From "Songs lor the Harvester of Dreams" (1985) 

Grasshopper 

Squirrel 

Loon 

Commissioned by Continuum 

Sonatine for Clarinet and Piano (1927) 

Tres rude 
Ixnt 
Tres rude 



Howard Rovics 
(1936- ) 



Darius Milhaud 
(1892-1974) 



Sarah was Ninety-One Years Old (1983) 

Commissioned by Continuum 



Arvo Part 
(1935- ) 



INTERMISSION 



A Solo Requiem (1976-77) 

Sonnet 71 (Shakespeare) 

No Worst, There Is None (Gerard Manley Hopkins) 

Dirge in Woods (George Meredith) 

Urtod (August St ram m) 

To the Memory of Mr. Oldham (John Dryden) 

Sonnet 71 

Commissioned hv Continuum 



Milton Babbitt 
(1916- ) 



Sonata for Clarinet Solo (1976) 



Elena Fit v>va 
(1950- ) 



Three Songs Charles E. Ives 

(1874-1954) 
Soliloquy, or a Study in 7ths and Other Things (1907) 
Old Home Day (1920) 
On the Antipodes (1915/1923) 

Tins (oiv ( rt is m;ide possible in part h\ a gi3M from the National l-ndowmcnt lor the Arts, a 1'Vdcral agency in Washington, DC 

( ontinuum is a registered servkc mark ol the Perfwmers' Committee Int., Cheryl Selt/er and Joel Sachs, diicitors 

/I W« Hafuim was commissioned with hinds from the Andrew W Mellon Foundation ami the New York Stare Council on the 
Arts 

Siii/fiy foi thv Ihtrmfrr «f Ptriimi was commissioned with funds from the New Yolk State Council on tin Arts. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 
Performing Arts Series 

presents 



CONTINUUM, 



Victoria Villamil, soprano 

David Krakauer, clarinet 

Cheryl Seltzer, piano 

Joel Sachs, piano, conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, March 20, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



GOD/s 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 
BRADY R. ALLRED, flute and piano 
Student of Murray Boren, David Sargent, Merrill Bradshaw 

Assisted by: 

The Beehive Brass Quintet 

Mack Wilberg, piano 

Rebecca Wilberg, soprano 

BYU Woodwind Quintet 

Susan Goodfellow, flute 

Norene Emerson, piano 

Carol Ann All red, soprano 

Honors String Quartet 

Brigham Young University Singers, Ronald J Staheli, conductor 



in 



SENIOR COMPOSITION RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 26, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Gfifcer 



PROGRAM 

Fanfare for Brass 

Beehive Brass Quintet 

When We Were Very Young, Song Cycle for Soprano, Flute and Piano 

Knights and Ladies 

Hoppity 

In the Fashion 

Politeness 

The Christening 

Vespers 

Mack Wilberg, Rebecca Wilberg, Brady Allred 

Three Short Movements for Woodwind Quintet 

Andante 

Allegretto 

Presto 

Toccata and Fugue for Woodwind Quintet 

BYU Woodwind Quintet 

INTERMISSION 

Sonata for Flute and Piano 

Moderato quasi energico 
Andante risoluto 
Presto giocoso 

Susan Goodfellow, Norene Emerson 



Mimes, Five Dramatic Pieces for Soprano and Piano 
Carol Ann Allred, Brady Allred 

Five Movements for String Quartet 

Prelude and Fugue 
Allegro (Freely) 
Andante (Cantabile) 
Allegro 
Mobile 

Honors String Quartet 

Three Pieces for Choir 

Brigham Young University Singers 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 
RAY SMITH,, alto and soprano saxophones 



Assisted by: 

Chip Prince, piano 

The Brigham Young University Saxophone Quartet 



FACULTY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 26, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Tableaux de Provence (1960) Paule Maurice 

(1910-1967) 
Farandole de jeunes filles 
Chanson pour ma mie 
La bohemienne 

Des Alyscamps l f ame soupire 
Le cabridan 

Mr. Prince, piano 

Sonata in A Minor, Wq. 131 Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach- -Smith 

(1714-1788) 
Poco adagio 
Allegro 
Allegro 

Sonata for Alto Saxophone, op. 29 (1972) Robert Muczynski 

(1929- ) 
Andante maestoso 
Allegro energico 

Mr. Prince, piano 

Cache-Cache pour quatuor de saxophones Robert Cl£risse 

(1899-1973) 

Mazurka Claude Debussy- -Cunningham 

(1862-1918) 

Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080 Johann Sebastian Bach--Maure 

(1685-1750) 
Contrapunctus I 

Saxophone Quartet, op. 102 Florent Schmitt 

(1870-1958) 
Avec une sage decision 
Vif 

Assez lent 
Anime* sans exces 

Ragtime Suite (1974) Arthur Frackenpohl 

(1924- ) 
Pan-Am Rag (Tom Turpin) 

Something Doing (Scott Hayden and Scott Joplin) 
The Cascades (Scott Joplin) 

The Brigham Young University 
Saxophone Quartet 
Ray Smith, soprano Mark Watkins, tenor 

Daron Bradford, alto Mark Sheldon, baritone 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



THE BEEHIVE BRASS QUINTET 

Robert Peterson, trumpet Mark Ammons, trombone 
Jeff Grundvig, trumpet Joel Kimzey, tuba 

Linda Seamons, horn 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, March 26, 1985 

Provo Tabernacle 



PROGRAM 

The Stars and Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa—Frackenpohl 

(1854-1932) 

Overture, from II barbiere di Siviglia Gioachino Rossini- -Denroche 

(1792-1868) 

Toccata and Fugue in D Minor , BWV 565 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Quintet Victor Ewald 

(1860-1935) 
Moderato 

The Choice, from 

Suite of Elizabethan Dances Anthony Holbourne--Schwarz 

(d.1602) 

Satirical Dance, from Bolt, op. 27a Dimitri Shostakovich- -Raph 

(1906-1975) 

The Canadian Brass Rag Eldon Rathburn 

(1916- ) 

Canzona per sonare Giovanni Gabrieli--King 

(ca. 1553/6-1612) 

INTERMISSION 



Quintet , op . 73 Malcolm Arnold 

(1921- ) 
Allegro vivace 
Andante con moto--Chaconne 
Con brio 

Bess, You Is My Woman Now, 

from Porgy and Bess George Gershwin- -Lube 

(1898-1937) 

Ob-la-di, Ob- la-da John Lennon and Paul McCartney- -Baldwin 

(1940-1981) (1942- ) 

Scherzo John Chetham 

(d.1746) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



BYU SYMPHONY 

David Dal ton, conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, March 27, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Wachet auf , ruft uns die Stimme, 

BWV 645 Johann Sebastian Bach--Ormandy 

(1685-1750) 

Suite in F Major from 

Water Music George Frideric Handel- -Harty 

(1685-1759) 
Allegro 
Air 

Bourr6e 
Horn- Pipe 
Andante espressivo 
Allegro deciso 



Marche hongroise, from 

La damnation de Faust, op. 24. . , Hector Berlioz 

(1803-1869) 

INTERMISSION 



Karelia Suite, op. 11 Jean Sibelius 

(1865-1957) 
Intermezzo 
Ballade 
Alia marcia 



BYU Symphony 
David Dal ton, conductor 



Violin I 

Alisyn Babcock, concertmaster 

Sid Beers 

Melanee Billings 

Melanie Bowden 

Dana Jackson 

Caroline Jorgensen 

Kellie Kimball 

Melissa Montez 

Suzanne Murdock 

Becky Porter 

Lynn Skie 

Tamara Whiting 

Kim Whitmore 

Violin II 

Lee Ann Jolley, principal 

Michelle Davis 

Hannalore Dietrich 

Helene Kepas 

Julie Mortenson 

Natasha Mylovie 

Tammy Peterson 

Sandra Rex 

Natalie Welch 

Suzann Whitmore 

Viola 

Joanne Rust, principal 

Caroline Cluff 

Tina Collings 

Michele Eatough 

Rebecca Poll 

Cello 

Stewart Strauss, principal 

Mark Asplund 

Ruth Bean 

Cheryl Gerrard 

Kristin Nelson 

Barbara Wit z el 



Contrabass 

Eric Hansen, principal 

David Johnson 

Scott Killpack 

Flute /Piccolo 
Becky Elston 
Carol Wagstaff 

Oboe 

Sharon Ross 
Cheryl Barnett 

Clarinet 
Michelle Stark 
Jane Paulsen 

Bassoon 

Stephen Bennett 
Mark Smith 

Horn 

Tina Curtis 
Belinda Pratt 
Glen Worthy 
Bill Highland 
Marni Asplund 

Trumpet 
Brian Harker 
Tracy Stefl 
Marl in Benson 

Trombone 
James Rest 
David Nelson 
David Becks tead 



Tuba 

Kevin Baker 



Timpani 
Clark Cordner 

Percussion 
Mary Shambaugh 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

BRADY ALLRED, flute 
CAROL ANN ALLRED, soprano 

DAN PERKINS, piano 
MARK AMMONS, trombone 



Students of Susan Goodfellow, Ray Arbizu, 
Paul Pollei and Dan Bachelder 

in 



JOINT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, March 27, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

A Simple Song , from Mass Leonard Bernstein 

(1918- ) 

Fantasia in C Major, Hob. XVII/4 Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 

Ganymed, D. 544 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 

Sonatina, op. 13 Lennox Berkeley 

(1903- ) 
Moderato 
Adagio 
Allegro moderato 



E lucevan le stelle, from Tosoa Giacomo Puccini 

(1858-1924) 

Lo! Here the Gentle Lark Henry R. Bishop 

(1786-1855) 

INTERMISSION 



Kaprichchio na ispanskiye temi Nicolay Rimsky-Korsakov 

(1844-1908) 
Fandango asturiano 



Blue Bells of Scotland Arthur Pryor 

(1876-1941) 

The Jewel Song, from Faust Charles Gounod 

(1818-1893) 

Pavane pour une infante defunte Maurice Ravel 

(1875-1937) 

Music by George Gershwin George Gershwin 

(1898-1937) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

DWIGHT McKAY OSTERGAARD, piano 
Student of Paul Pollei 



in 



SOPHOMORE RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 28, 1985 

Room E-400 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Prelude and Fugue in B-flat Major, 

BWV 866, WTC I Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Three Intermezzos , op. 117 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Andante moderato 

Andante non troppo e con molta espressione 
Andante con moto 

Mimoletnosti, op. 22 Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 
Lentamente 
Andante 
Allegretto 
Animato 
Molto giocoso 
Con eleganza 
Pittoresco 
Commodo 

Allegretto tranquillo 
Ridicolosamente 
Con vivacita 
Assai moderato 
Allegretto 
Feroce 
Inquieto 
Dolente 
Poetico 

Con una dolce lentezza 
Presto agitatissimo e molto accentuato 
Lento irrealmente 

INTERMISSION 

Etude in E Major, op. 10, no. 3 Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 
Nocturne in D-flat Major, op. 27, no. 2 Frederic Chopin 



Etude in C Minor, op. 25, no. 12 Frederic Chopin 



Passacaglia for Piano Walter Piston 

(1894-1976) 

Wagner: Isoldens Liebestod, S. 447 Franz Liszt 

(1811-1886) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

SHARON ALDOUS, flute 
Student of Susan Goodfellow 

Assisted by: 

Steve Erickson, piano 
Susanna Graff, piano 
Jim Quist, viola 
Alan Port z line, clarinet 
Jacquie Parry, clarinet 

Vivian Harmer , flute 
Kimball Whittacker, flute 
Joe Ahern, flute 
Stephen Bennett, bassoon 
Brian Peterson, bassoon 

in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 
Thursday, March 28, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 
Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in F Major Georg Philipp Telemann 

(1681-1767) 
Vivace 
Large 
Allegro 

Concertino for Flute, Viola, and Piano Ernest Bloch 

(1880-1959) 
Allegro comodo 
Andante 
Allegro 

Twenty- four Caprices Nicolo Paganini 

(1782-1840) 
No. 22 
No. 23 

Portraits of Life Brady Allred 

(1961- ) 
Waltz and Chorale 
Hymn 
Polka 

Fantaisie. Philippe Gaubert 

(1879-1941) 

Le merle noir Olivier Messiaen 

(1908- ) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

LYNNETTE OWENS, soprano 

Student of Robert Downs 

Assisted by: 

Jessica Worrell, piano 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 28, 1985 

Room 151 

N. Eldon Tanner Building 



PROGRAM 

Let the bright Seraphim, from Samson George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Ah! spietato! , from Amadigi . George Frideric Handel 

Ah! mio cor, from Alcina George Frideric Handel 

Va godendo vezzosa, from Serse George Frideric Handel 



Frtihlingsglaube, D. 686 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 
Rastlose Liebe, D. 138 Franz Schubert 

Von ewiger Liebe, op. 43, no. 1 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 

Heimliche Auf f orderung , op. 27, no. 3 Richard Strauss 

(1864-1949) 
So anch'io la virtu magica, from 

Don Pasquale Gaetano Donizetti 

(1797-1848) 

Les nuits d* 6t6 Hector Berlioz 

(1803-1869) 
Villanelle 

Le spectre de la rose 
Sur les lagunes 
L f ile inconnue 

To One Who Passed Whistling through the Night C. Armstrong Gibbs 

(1889-1960) 
Preciosilla Virgil Thomson 

(1896- ) 
Oh Thou Who Bidd 1 st the Torrent Flow Reid Nibley 

(1923- ) 
Love in the Dictionary Celius Dougherty 

(1902- ) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



AWARDS 
ASSEMBLY 



11:00 a.m. 
Thursday, March 28, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 
Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 
Opening Prayer Robert Millett 

Welcome K . Newell Dayley 

First String Quartet, op. 7 Be*la Barttfk 

Allegro vivace 

Mark Taylor, violin James Waite, violin 
Nancy Call, viola Julie Bennett, cello 



PRESENTATION OF AWARDS: 

Music Education Gordon Jessop 

Vocal Performance Brandt Curtis 

Wakefield Vocal Mike Carson 

Organ Performance Parley Belnap 

Organ Service Parley Belnap 

Wakefield Organ Mike Carson 

de Jong Organ Mrs . Gerrit de Jong 

String Chamber David Dalton 

String Performance David Dalton 

Woodwind Performance Darrel Stubbs 

Woodwind Service Darrel Stubbs 

Brass Performance Daniel Bachelder 

Brass Service Daniel Bachelder 

Jazz Performance Raymond Smith 

Jazz Service Raymond Smith 



AWARD RECIPIENTS 



Music Education (Choral) Mark Sheldon 

Music Education (Instrumental) Michelle Stark 

Vocal Performance Lynnette Owens 

Wakefield Vocal Cheri Hancock 

Piano Performance Dwight Blazin 

Wakefield Piano Gretchen Hubbert 

Organ Performance David Lines 

Organ Service Scott Mills 

Wakefield Organ Kelvin Smith 

de Jong Organ James Kasen 

String Chamber •. Mark Taylor 

String Performance Julie Bennett 

Woodwind Performance Yvonne Farnsworth 

Woodwind Service Vera Loveless 

Brass Performance Robert Peterson 

Brass Service Mark Ammons 

Jazz Performance Mark Dworack 

Jazz Service Steven Erickson 



University Singers Robin Hancock 

University Singers Nancy Larson 

Concert Choir James Seeley 

Concert Choir Jennifer Brown 

Orchestra Brian Peterson 

Chamber Orchestra Nancy Call 

Band Dennis Pratt 

Band Kent Hakari 

Mayhew Contest- 1st place Arlen Card 

Mayhew Contest- 2nd place Mark Peterson 

Mayhew Contest-3rd place Brady Allred 

Bullock Scholarship Terri McKay 

Bullock Recital 1st runner-up Michael Wadsworth 

Bullock Recital 2nd runner-up Katrina Millett 

Bullock Recital 3rd runner-up Peter VanDeGraaff 

Boshard Scholarship Mark Peterson 

Boshard Scholarship Robin Hancock 

Maeser Scholarship David Kern 

Presser Scholarship Michael Siggard 

Steiner Scholarship David Hare 

Steiner Scholarship Malcolm Litchfield 

Steiner Scholarship David Ralphs 

Steiner Scholarship Daniel Wallenberg 

Excellence Award Daniel Perkins 



University Singers Ronald Staheli 

Concert Choir Mack Wilberg 

Orchestra Ralph Laycock 

Chamber Orchestra Ralph Laycock 

Band David Blackinton 

Mayhew Contest Merrill Bradshaw 

Bullock Scholarship Brandt Curtis 

Boshard Scholarships K. Newell Dayley 

Maeser Scholarship Harrison Powley 

Presser Scholarship K. Newell Dayley 

Steiner Scholarships K. Newell Dayley 

Excellence Award Dean James A. Mason 



Prelude and Fugue in B Major Marcel Dupre* 

David Lines, organ 

Closing Prayer Calli White 



Refreshments: South Foyer, Recital Hall 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

SHELDON SMITH, clarinet 
Student of David Randall 

Assisted by: 

Terry Zimmerman, piano 
Neil Hoyt, clarinet 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 28, 1985 

Room 151 

N. Eldon Tanner Building 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in C Minor Georg Philipp Telemann 

(1681-1767) 
Allegro 
Adagio 

Allegro assai 
Ondeggiando, ma non adagio 
Allegro 



Adagio for Clarinet Richard Wagner 

(1813-1883) 

Solo de concours Jules Mouquet 

(1867-1946) 

Pepperino R. M. Endresen 



Andante, from La Fovza del destino Giuseppe Verdi 

(1813-1901) 

Adagio-Tarantella Ernesto Cavallini 

(1807-1874) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



COLLEGIUM MUSI CUM 

Douglas E. Bush, director 
Hidemi Matsushita, assistant director 

with 

DANCE TROUPE 

Debra Sowell, director 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, March 29, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Two Pieces from the Notre Dame School Anonymous 

Domino fidelium 
Flos filius eius 

Deborah Little, psaltery Donna Zebolsky and 
John Jenson, recorders 

Estampie, from Robertsbridge Codex (ca.1325) Anonymous 

David Ralphs, organ 

Die Katzen Pfote Anonymous 

Eva Vernerova, recorder Deborah Little, treble viol 
Eric Fisher, krwvnhorn John Jenson, tambourine 

Two Chansons Gilles Binchois 

(ca. 1400-1460) 
Adieu m T amour 
Tant plus aime 

Jannete Goodman, alto Deborah Little, treble viol 
Donna Zebolsky and John Jenson, recorders 

Prenez sur moi Johannes Ockeghem 

(ca. 1410-1497) 
Robert Tate, countertenor Robert Lee Rowberry, tenor 
Douglas Bush, bass 

Three Dances, from Danserye (1551) Tylman Susato 

(ca. 1500-1561/4) 
Pavane, Ronde, Gailliarde; "Tausend Dukaten im Sack" 
AI lemande 
Hupfauf 

Three Dances, from Musicalischer Tugendtspiegel 

(1613) Erasmus Widmann 

(1572-1634) 
Anna 

Catherina 
Regina 

Dancers and Donna Zebolsky, Eva Vernerova, John Jenson 
and Gordon Johnson, recorders, Deborah Little, viol 
Eric Fisher, krummhorn 



Mass for Three Voices William Byrd 

(1543-1623) 
Kyrie 
Gloria 

Robert Tate, countertenor Robert L. Rowberry, tenor 
Douglas Bush, bass David Ralphs, organ 

Four Pieces, from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book 

La Volta William Byrd 

The Primerose Martin Peerson 

(1571/3-1651) 

The Fall of the Leaf e Martin Peerson 

Tell Mee, Daphne Giles Farnaby 

(ca. 1563-1640) 

What Poor Astronomers Are They John Dowland 

(1563-1626) 

Jannette Goodman, alto Donna Zebolsky, Eva Vernerova, 
John Jenson, Gordon Johnson, and Eric Fisher, recorders 
William May, lute 

Two Lute Pieces John Dowland 

Melancholy Galliard 
Queen Elizabeth's Galliard 

William May, lute 

Now Is the Month of Maying Thomas Morley 

(1557/8-1602) 
Jannette Goodman, alto Robert L. Rowberry, tenor 
Douglas Bush, bass Christine Mead, soprano 
Donna Zebolsky, Deborah Little, Eric Fisher, John 
Jenson, and Gordon Johnson, recorders 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 

Ralph G. Laycock, director 



7:30 p.m. 

Friday, March 29, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Academic Festival Overture, op. 80 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 



A Symphonic Tribute Merrill Bradshaw 

(to Ralph Laycock, gratefully) (1929- ) 

Allegramente 

Molto energico 

Andante nostalgico 

Molto pigro, capriccioso, e comico 

Presto jubilato 



INTERMISSION 



Symphony No. 4 in F Minor, op. 36 Pyotr Il T yich Tchaikovsky 

(1840-1893) 
Andante sostenuto--Moderato con anima 
Andantino in modo di canzona 
Scherzo- -Pizzicato ostinato 
Allegro con fuoco 



This evening f s Philharmonic Concert caps the career of one of 
the most prominent musicians and conductors to be a part of Brigham 
Young University. Dr. Ralph G. Laycock tonight celebrates his 32 years 
with the BYU music faculty with this final concert. 

Dr. Laycock began playing musical instruments as a child even 
before he began school. He realized early that his career would involve 
music, and both he and the communities with which he has shared his 
talent have been richer for his dedication in the fine arts. 

His students remember Dr. Laycock as a driving perfectionist dedicated 
to teaching them superior musicianship. They also remember him as a very 
nice, warm human being. Dr. Merrill Bradshaw called him the ideal universit) 
conductor because he plays all the instruments as well as the best students. 
His meticulous score reading distinguishes him as one of the area's finest 
conductors . 

One year Dr. Laycock played with Maurice Abravanel and the Utah 
Symphony, and the maestro called Dr. Laycock his "utility infielder M 
because he used him on the clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, contra bassoon, 
alto and baritone saxophone, string bass, and trumpet. 

His colleagues honored him in 1971 by selecting him to deliver the 
Distinguished Faculty Lecture, one of many awards earned by Dr. Laycock 
during his tenure. At BYU Dr. Laycock directs the internationally 
known Philharmonic Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra. Last spring, 
Dr. Laycock conducted the Chamber Orchestra in a highly successful tour 
of the Orient. 

Dr. Laycock refuses to limit his musical involvement to the BYU 
campus, however. He extends his reach into the Utah Valley community 
where he serves as director of the Utah Valley Symphony and conductor 
of the summer Provo Municipal Band Sunday evening concerts. 

He holds a bachelor's degree from BYU, a master of science degree 
in orchestral conducting from Juilliard and a doctorate of musical arts 
degree in conducting from the University of Southern California. 

As one of Utah's ardent supporters of arts, Dr. Laycock has given 
more than 30 years of his distinctive touch to both BYU and Utah. 

A true master of his art, Dr. Ralph Laycock will be missed. 



Dr. 

First Violins 

Mark Taylor, concertmaster 

Michael Abramson 

Anne Crosland 

Karen Hales 

Carolyn Holm 

Meredith Jack 

Peggy Jellinghausen 

Ann Morrell 

Laurie 01 sen 

Suzanne Ostler 

John Tran 

Jim Waite 

Second Violins 
Jean Hill, principal 
Mary Ann Bennion 
Kim Dodson 
Arthur Jue 
Heather McConkie 
Anne Norman 
Amy Peterson 
Laurinda Rumbaugh 
Lisa Stratton 
Elizabeth L. Thomas 

Violas 

Nancy Call, principal 

Janet A. Byrnes 

Kaye Davis 

Jim Dixon 

Carol Sue Glasset 

Jim Quist 

Cellos 

Julie Bennett, principal 

Marianne Broomhead 

Cheryl Ann Call 

Ruth Clay 

Margaret Gardner 

Marc Giullian 

Monika Ros borough 

Nancy Ward 



PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 
Ralph G. Laycock, director 

Basses 

Eric Hansen, principal 

Pamela Bryan 

Jeff Campbell* 

Ben Heaton 

David Johnson 

Piccolo 
Elaine Huff 

Flutes 

Yvonne Farnsworth 
Miriam Jennings 
Elaine Huff 

Oboes 

Vera Loveless 
Barbara Peterson 
David Lines 



English Horn 
David Lines 

Clarinets 
Alan Portzline 
Robert Barrett 
Jacquie Parry 

Bass Clarinet 
Robert Barrett 

Bassoons 
Brian Peterson 
Cathleen Chamberlain 

Contrabassoon 
David Hare 



Horns 

Linda Seamons 
Kirt Erik Cundick 
Mike Hainsworth 
Stephen Bunker 

Trumpets 
Robert Peterson 
Clifton K. Oram 
Evan Bateman 

Trombones 
Mark Ammons 
Bryce L. Mecham 

Bass Trombone 
LaMont Lee 

Tuba 

Joel Kimzey 

Timpani 

John Chamberlain 

Percussion 
Mary Shambaugh 
Keeley Wolsey 
LaDon Linde 

Harps 

Janet Bensing 

Piano 

Steve Erickson 



The Symphonic Tribute had its origins on the slopes of Mt. 
Parnassus in Greece. It was going to be a musical equivalent of the 
Pythian games, its contests including virtuosity, sensuousness , humor, 
and bombast. But it was not to be. It could not be written with that 
concept. When I was asked to write a symphonic tribute to Ralph Laycock, 
however, the opportunity to repay part of the great debt I owe him for 
his many artistic kindnesses and the inspiration he has been to so many 
of us changed the perspective of the work enough that it took shape. 

The piece is in five movements: Allegramente (Introduction); 
Molto energico (an "unscherzo") ; Andante nostalgico (an introspection); 
Molto Pigro, capriccioso, e comico (a soft-shoe drollery); and Presto 
jubilato (the grand finale) . 

There are several ideas shared among the movements, the most subtle 
being a kind of "return-by- another-way" in which a melody goes up the 

b h 

scale in one key and comes back down in another, e. g., C-D-E-F-E -D - 
& . The "three-chords-up-the-scale" idea hinted at in the first movement 
and realized in the last and the climax melodies of all the movements are 
used to hold the piece together. Nevertheless, the basic idea of the 
piece is to share with an audience the versatility and artistry of a 
man who has been a good friend, a superlative conductor, and a challengir 
musician. 



■Merrill Bradshaw 




Dr. Ralph G. Lay cock 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

ELAN McMAHAN, piano 

Student of Irene Peery 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, March 29, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Partita No. 2 in C Minor, BWV 826 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Sinfonia 
Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 
Rondeaux 
Capriccio 

Sonata in F-sharp Major, op. 78 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827.) 
Adagio cantabile- -Allegro ma non troppo 
Allegro vivace 



INTERMISSION 



La plus que lente Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 

Variations s£rieuses in D Minor, op. 54 Felix Mendelssohn 

(1809-1847) 

Twenty- four Preludes, op. 38 Dimitry Kabalevsky 

(1904- ) 
No. 1: Andantino 

No. 2: Scherzando 
No. 4: Andantino 
No. 6: Allegro molto 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

NANCY LARSON, piano 
Student of Paul C. Pollei 



in 



JUNIOR RECITAL 



4:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 30, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Partita No. 1 in B-flat Major, BWV 825 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Praeludium 
Allemande 
Corrente 
Sarabande 
Menuet I 
Menuet II 
Gigue 



Impromptu in F Minor, op. 142, no. 1 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 

Etude in C-sharp Minor, op. 10, no. 4 Fr6d6ric Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

Nocturne in E Minor, op. 72, no. 1 Fr£d6ric Chopin 

Ballade in A- flat Major, op. 47 Fr£d£ric Chopin 



INTERMISSION 



Adagio in B Minor, K. 540 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 

Nocturne in D-flat Major, op. 63 Gabriel Faure" 

(1845-1924) 

Toccata, op. 11 Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

ANDREA HUDSON, violin 

Student of Percy Kalt 



Assisted by: 

Jayne Galloway, piano 
Brett Zumsteg, organ 



in 



GRADUATE RECITAL 



12:30 p.m. 

Saturday, March 30, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 
Lecture: ,f Vitali T s Chaconne--A Question of Authenticity" 



Chaconne in G Minor Attr. Tomaso Antonio Vitali 

(1663-1745) 

* * * 

Sonata for Violin and Piano in F Major, 

op. 24 ("Spring 11 ) Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Allegro 

Adagio molto espressivo 
Scherzo- -Trio 
Rondo 

* * * 

Sonate pour violon et piano Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 
Allegro vivo 

Intermede: Fantasque et le*ger 
Finale 

Improvisation, op. 21, no. 1 Dmitry Kabalevsky 

(1904- ) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JACQUIE PARRY, clarinet 

Student of David Randall 

Assisted by: 

Valerie Fields, piano 
Warren Prince, -piano 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 30, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Concertino Giuseppe Tart ini- -Jacob 

(1692-1770) 

Grave 

Allegro molto 

Adagio 

Allegro risoluto 



Suite Hebra'ique for Clarinet and Piano Srul Irving Glick 

(1934- ) 

Cantorial Chant 
Chasidic Dance 
Hora 
Lullaby- 
Dialogue 
Circle Dance 



Ragtime, op. ll b Michael Moore 

INTERMISSION 

Ballade Leonid Perminov 

Sonata for Clarinet and Pianoforte, 

or, 129 Charles V. Stanford 

P * ' (1852-1924) 

Allegro moderato 

Caoine- -Adagio (quasi fantasia) 

Allegro grazioso 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



BARLOW PRIZE CONCERT 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, March 30, 1985 

Mads en Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 
The Mother Rebecca A. Jackson 

Quartet Edgardo Martinez 

Con Forza 

Largo 

Vivo 

Espressivo 

Allegro 

Social (In) Security Mark H. Peterson 

Past (Joy Anxious Joy) 
Present (Waltz of the Numbers) 
Future (Coming of a Better Way) 

Treno di Binario 12 Dan Thornton 

Ambato Keith Bradshaw 

The Twenty-second Psalm Arlen Card 

Mimes Brady Allred 



Through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Barlow, under the 
auspices of the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition, a $1000 prize 
will be awarded at the conclusion of the concert to the student whose 
composition is adjudged the winner. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



UNIVERSITY CHORALE 

Donald H. Ripplinger, conductor 
Kelvin Smith, assistant conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, April 2, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Te Deum, 



Franz Joseph Haydn 
(1732-1809) 



Te Deum laudamus, te Dominum con- 

fitemur, 
te aeternum Patrem omnis terra vene- 

ratur. 
Tibi omnes Anqel i , tibi coel i et universae 

potestates, 
tibi Cherubim et Seraphim incessabili 

voce proclamant: 
Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus Dominus Deus 

Sabaoth, 
Pleni sunt coel i et terra majestatis 

qloriae tuae. 
Te gloriosus Apostolorum chorus, 
te Prophetarum laudabilis numberus, 
te Martyrum candidatus laudat exercitus, 
Te per orbem terrarum sancta confitetur 

Ecclesia. 
Patrem immensae majestatis, 
venerandum tuum verum et unicum 

Fil ium. 
sanctum quoque Paraclitum Spiritum 
Tu Rex gloriae, Christe, 
tu Patris sempiternus es Filius. 
Tu ad liberandum susceoturus hominem 

non horruisti Virginis uterum. 

Tu devicto mortis aculeo, aperuisti cre- 
dentibus reqna coelorum. 

Tu ad dexteram Dei sedes , in gloria 
Patris. 

Judex crederis esse venturus. 

Te erqo quaesumus, tuis famulis sub- 
veni, quos pretioso sanguine re- 
demist i . 

Aeterna fac cum Sanctis tuis in gloria 
munerari . 

Salvum fac populum tuum, Domine, et 
benedic haereditati tuae. 

Et rege eos et extol le illos usque in 
aeternum. 

Per sinqulos dies benedicimus te, 
et laudamus nomen tuum, in saeculum 
et in saeculum saeculi. 

Dionare, Domine, die isto sine peccato 
nos custodire. 

Miserere nostri, Domine, miserere nostri, 
Fiat misericordia tua, Domine, super nos, 
quemadmodum speravimus in te. 

In te (Domine), speravi; non confundar 
in aeternum. 



We praise Thee, God; we acknowledoe 
Thee to be the Lord. 

All the earth doth worship Thee, the 
Father everlastino. 

To Thee all Anqels cry aloud; the 

Heavens, and all the Powers therein 

To Thee Cherubim and Seraphim con- 
tinually do cry, 

Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Sabaoth; 

Heaven and earth are full of the 

Majesty of Thy glory. 
The olorious company of the Apostles praise Thee 
The noodly fellowship of the Prophets praise 

Thee. 
The noble army of Martyrs nraise Thee. 
The holy Church throughout all the 

world doth acknowledge Thee; 
The Father, of an infinite Majesty; 
Thine adorable, true, and only Son; 
Also the Holy Ghost, the Comforter. 
Thou art the King of Glory, Christ. 
Thou art the everlastino Son of the Father. 
When Thou tookest upon Thee to deliver 

man, Thou didst humble Thyself 

to be born of a Virqin. 
When Thou hadst overcome the sharpness 

of death, Thou didst open the Kingdom. 

of Heaven to all believers. 
Thou sittest at the right hand of God, in 

the glory of the Father. 
We believe that Thou shalt come to be our Judoe 
We therefore pray Thee, help Thy servants, 

whom Thou has redeemed with Thy 

precious blood. 
Make them to be numbered with Thy Saints, 

in glory everlastino, 

Lord, save Thy people, and bless 
Thine heritage. 

Govern them, and lift them up forever. 

Day by day we magnify Thee: 
And we worship Thy name ever, world 
without end. 



to keep us this day 



Vouchsafe, Lord, 
without sin. 

Lord, have mercy upon us, have mercy upon us 
Lord, let Thy mercy be upon us, as our 
trust is in Thee. 



Lord, in Thee have I trusted; 
never be confounded. 



let me 



From The Book of Common Prayer, Protestant Episcopal Church in U.S.A. 



Pueri Hebraeorum Randall Thompson 

(1899-1984) 

I Hear a Voice A-Prayin 1 Houston Bright 

(1916-1970) 

Three Hungarian Folksongs Arr . Matayas Seiber 



The Light Brent Pierce 

(1940- ) 

Yes Sir, That 1 s My Baby Walter Donaldson- -Hicks 

(1893-1934) 

Thoughts Tom Mitchell 

(1944- ) 

Love Me Tender Arr. McAfee and Lamb 



Glorious Everlasting Thomas Cousins 

(1914- ) 

Americana Arr. Luigi Zaninelli 



Accompanists 

Heidi Hamilton 
Sheila Hronek 
Cindy Jackman 
Jeanine Jones 
Gina Johnson 
Debbie Smith 
Kelvin Smith 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 
VALERIE FIELDS^ piano and harpsichord 

Student of Marlene Bachelder 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, April 3, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Toccata No. 6 in G Major, BWV 916 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegro e presto 

"The Battle between David and Goliath," 

from Musicalische Vorstellung einigev biblisoher 

Historien Johann Kuhnau 

(1660-1722) 
The boasting of Goliath 

The trembling of the Israelites at the appearance of the 
Giant, and their prayer made to God 

The courage of David, and his desire to humble the arrogance 
of his dreadful enemy, together with his confidence placed 
in the aid of God 

The struggle between the two, and their contest; with his 
sling, David throws the flint at the forehead of the Giant; 
Goliath falls 

The flight of the Philistines, who are pursued by the 
Israelites 

The joy of the Israelites at their victory 

The concert of music by the women in honor of David 

The general jubilation, and the dances of joyfulness of the 
people 

Sonata in B-flat Major, K. 570 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegretto 

INTERMISSION 



Sarcasms, op. 17 Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 
No. 1: Tempestoso 

No. 3: Allegro precipitato 



Ballade in A-flat Major, op. 47 Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JENNIFER HIATT, piano 
SUSANNE YOUNG, piano 

Students of Mona Smith 



in 



JOINT STUDENT RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, April 3, 1983 

Room 251 

N. Eldon Tanner Building 



PROGRAM' 

French Suite No. 5 in G Major, BWV 816 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 
Gavotte 

Miss Hiatt 

Sonata in E Major, K. 46 Domenico Scarlatti 

(1685-1757) 

Sonata in E-flat Major, Hob. XVI/52 Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Allegro (moderato) 
Adagio 
Presto 

Miss Young 
INTERMISSION 



Sonata No. 5 in C Minor, op. 10, no. 1 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Allegro molto e con brio 

Impromptu in G-flat Major, op. 90, no. 3, D. 899 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 
Miss Hiatt 

Hommage a Rameau, from Images 3 Book I Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 

Polonaise in C Minor, op. 40, no. 2 Frgdgric Chopin 

(1810-1849) 
Miss Young 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



ROBERT PETERSON, trumpet 

Student of David Blackinton 

Assisted by: 

David Lines, piano and organ 
Carol Ann All red, soprano 
Nina Wallenberg, cello 
The Beehive Brass Quintet 



Bryan Fields, trumpet 
Evan Bateman, trumpet 



Robert Peterson, trumpet Mark Amnions, trombone 
Jeff Grundvig, trumpet Joel Kimzey, tuba 

Linda Seamons, horn 



SENIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, April 3, 1985 

Provo Tabernacle 



PROGRAM 

Fugue for Three (1984) Robert Peterson 

(1955- ) 
Mr. Fields, Mr. Bateman, and Mr. Grundvig, trumpets 

Veni consolator Damian Stachowicz 

(1658-1699) 
Mrs. Allred, soprano Mrs. Wallenberg, cello Mr. Lines, organ 

Sonate en Re Carlo Tessarini--Thile 

Allegro (1690-1762) 

Adagio 

Allegro 

Mr. Lines, organ 

My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord, from 

The Redeemer Robert Cundick 

Mr. Lines, organ 

Concerto Alexander Arutunian 

* * (1920- ) 

Andante maestoso 

Allegro energico 

Andante 

Allegro 

Andante 

Allegro 

Mr. Lines, piano 

Alleluia (1984) Robert Peterson 

Mr. Lines, organ 

INTERMISSION 

Concerto in E-flat Major Vincenzo Bellini- -Joosen 

(1801-1835) 
Maestoso e deciso 

Allegro alia polonese 

Mr. Lines, organ 



Recollections (1980) David Sargent 

(1941- ) 
Mr. Lines, organ 

The Abridged Kanon Johann Pachelbcl- -Peterson 

(1653-1706) 

Hava Nagilah Traditional Jewish, arr. Peterson 

Gunna Fly Now, from Rocky Bill Conti- -Peterson 

Conquistador (1984) Robert Peterson 

The Beehive Brass Quintet 

Duet in D (1984) Robert Peterson 

Mr. Fields and Mr. Bateman, trumpets 



PROGRAM 
Lecture Douglas E . Bush 

Musical Offering Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Ricercar a 3 

Dr. Zumsteg 
Canon perpetuus super Thema Regium 

Five Canons diversi super Thema Regium: 
Canon a 2 (cancrizans) 
Canon a 2 violini in unisono 
Canon a 2 per motum contrarium 
Canon a 2 per augmentationem, contrario motu 
Canon a 2 per tonos 

Mrs. Hughes, Miss Olsen, Miss Smith, 
Miss Clay 
Fuga canonica in epidiapente 

Mrs. Mathiesen, Mrs, Williams, Mrs. Zumsteg 

INTERMISSION 

Ricercar a 6 

Dr. Zumsteg 

Canon a 2 "Quaerendo invenietis" 

Canon a 4 "Quaerendo invenietis" 

Mrs. Hughes, Miss Olsen, Miss Smith, 
Miss Clay, Dr. Zumsteg 

Trio Sonata 
Largo 
Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro 

Canon perpetuus 
Mrs. Mathiesen, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Zumsteg, Dr. Zumsteg 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

J. S. BACH'S MUSICAL OFFERING 



Penelope Mathiesen, baroque flute 
Karen J. Hughes, violin 
Laurie Olsen, violin 
Barbara Williams, violin 
Shauna Smith, viola 
Ruth Clay, cello 
Julie B. Zumsteg, cello 
Brett Zumsteg, harpsichord and organ 
Douglas Bush, lecturer 



8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, April 3, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



Ronald J Staheli, conductor 

tlyur 

Mack Wilberg, conductor 

BYU CHILDREN'S 
CHORALE 

Marlene Bachelder, conductor 

8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, April 4, 1985 

de Jong Concert Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Jubilate Deo Giovanni Gabrieli 

(ca, 1553/56-1612) 

be joyful in the Lord all ye Lands! 

For the man shall be blessed who fears the Lord. 

May the God of Israel be with you. 

May he send you help from His holy place and from Zion. 

The Lord who made heaven and earth. 

Serve the Lord with gladness! 

Deutsche Fest- und Gedenkspruche , op. 109 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Wenn ein starker Gewappneter 

When a strong man armed keepeth his palace, 
His goods are in peace. 

Wo ist ein so herrlich Volk 

For what nation is there so great, who hath 

God so high unto them, as the Lord 

Our God is in all things that we call upon him for? 

Only that heed to thyself, 

And keep thy soul diligently, lest thou 

Have seen, and lest they 

Depart from thy heart 

All the days of thy life; 

But teach them thy sons, and thy sons 1 sons, Amen. 

Ill 

When David Heard (1975) Norman Dinerstein 

(1937- ) 

Choruses from The Lark Leonard Bernstein 

„ , i (1918- ) 

Prelude ^ J 

Spring Song 

Court Song 

Benedictus 

Soldier 1 s Song 

Requiem 

Gloria Richard Bugg, narrator 

Rebecca Tingey, Joan of Arc 
Timothy Robinson, countertenor 
Lynnette Owens, soprano 



IV 

Takeda No Komori Uta 

(Lullaby of Takeda) Japanese Folk Song--arr. Cary Cammack 

The nanny is unwilling to drink the wine from the tray 
The snow is lightly falling 
The child is also crying 

The child cries out and the nanny- grandmother soothes its cries 
The nanny is also day by day becoming thinner and thinner 

Already the snow has stopped falling 
This country we must go across 
In the distance. . .the house of the parents 
Cary A. Cammack, conductor 
Let Me Fly Spiritual --arr. Robert deComiier 

James See ley, baritone 

Concert Choir 
Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise Robert Leaf 

Lamb of God Ludwig Lenel 

Spring Song Linda Steen Spevacek 

Duetto buffo di due gatti Gioachino Rossini 

(1792-1868) 
Children's Chorus 

Marcia Skousen Johnson, accompanist 

Ode on Intimations of Immortality Brady Allied 

(1961- ) 

Lobet den Herrn alle Heiden, BWV 230 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Seasons f Turn David Sargent 

(1941- ) 

Three European Folk Tunes Mack Wilberg 

(1955- ) 
The Shepherdess (French) 
Who Is Crying (Latvian) 
What Would You Do if You Married a Soldier (Irish) 

University Singers 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

KATHLEEN VAN DE GRAAFF, soprano 

Student of Olga Gardner 



Assisted by: 

Robin Hancock, piano 
Peter Van De Graaff , bass 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Thursday, April 4, 1985 

Room 151 

N. Eldon Tanner Building 



PROGRAM 

So Shall the Lute and Harp Awake, 

from Judas Maooabaeus George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Lord, to Thee My Heart I Profer, from 

Passio secundum Matthaeum, BWV 244 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

* * * 

Standchen, op. 17, no. 2 Richard Strauss 

(1864-1949) 
Traum durch die Damme rung, op. 29, no. 1 Richard Strauss 

* * * 

Papageno, Papagena, from Die ZauberfVdte , 

K. 620. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Benedictus, from Oratorio de No&l, op. 12 Camille Saint-Sa£ns 

(1835-1921) 

* * * 

Air de Lia, from L 'enfante prodigue Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 
INTERMISSION 

L f invitation au voyage Henri Duparc 

(1848-1933) 
Chanson triste Henri Duparc 

* * * 

Tres Poemas Joaquin Turina 

(1882-1949) 
Olas gigantes 
Tu pupila es azul 
Besa el aura que gime* 

* * * 

When I Bring to You Coloured Toys John Alden Carpenter 

(1876-1951) 

Nocturne, from Over the Rim of the Moon Michael Head 

(1900-1976) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

MARTHA DIAZ, soprano 

Student of Brandt Curtis and Ray Arbizu 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Thursday, April 4, 1985 

Mads en Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

I 

Si, tra i ceppi, from Berenice George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Rejoice, Rejoice, from Messiah George Frideric Handel 

Separazione Giovanni Sgambati 

(1841-1914) 

II 

Liebe schwarmt auf alien Wegen Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 
An die Nachtigall Franz Schubert 

Die Nacht, op. 10, no. 2 Richard Strauss 

(1864-1949) 

Er ist ' s , from M'drike Lieder Hugo Wolf 

(1860-1903) 

III 

Vissi d f arte, from Tosca Giacomo Puccini 

(1858-1924) 
INTERMISSION 

IV 

Sin tu amor Miguel Sandoval 

(1903-1953) 

Asturiana Manuel de Falla 

(1876-1946) 

De los alamos vengo, madre Joaquin Rodrigo 

(1901- ) 
V 

Sure on This Shining Night, op. 13, no. 3 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 

Hermit Songs Samuel Barber 

Church Bell at Night 
Promiscuity 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

GOLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

HEIDI HAMILTON, piano 
SUSANNA GRAFF, piano 

Students of Paul C. Pollei 



1 n 



JOINT SOPHOMORE RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, April 4, 1985 

Room 151 

N. Eldon Tanner Building 



PROGRAM 

Prelude and Fugue in D Major, BWV 850, WTC I...Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Sonata in B-flat Major, K. 333 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro (1756-1791) 

Andante cantabile 
Allegretto giocoso 

Miss Hamilton 

Prelude and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 851, WTC I...Johann Sebastian Bach 

Sonata in E Major, op. 14, no. 1 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro (1770-1827) 

Allegretto 

Allegro comodo 

Miss Graff 

Intermezzo in A Major, op. 118, no. 2 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 

Roma*n n£pi ta"ncok (Romanian Folkdances) , op. 56 Bela Barttfk 

(1881-1945) 
Miss Hamilton 

Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3, S. 244/3 Franz Liszt 

(1811-1886) 

Seven, op. 30 Robert Muczynski 

(1929- ") 
No. 1: Allegro giocoso v J 

No. 2: Allegro moderato 

No ; Adagio 

No. 7: Allegro con brio 

Miss Graff 

Trois marches heroiques , op . 27 Franz Schubert 

a * (1797-1828) 

Allegro moderato 

Maestoso 

Moderato 

Miss Graff and Miss Hamilton 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



BYU HONORS STRING QUARTET 

Mark Taylor, violin Nancy Call, viola 

James Waite, violin Julie Bennett, cello 

with 

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HONORS QUARTET 

Shannon Hanks, violin Kathleen Foster, viola 

Michael Kelly, violin Audrey Terry, cello 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, April 5, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Quartet in B-flat Major, K. 172 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro spiritoso 
Adagio 

Menuetto--Trio 
Allegro assai 

University of Utah Honors Quartet 

String Quartet No. 3, op. 22 Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 
Fugato: Sehr langsame Viertel 
Schnelle Achtel: Sehr energisch 
Ruhige Viertel: Stets fliessend 
Massig schnelle Viertel 
Rondo: Gemachlich und mit Grazie 

Brigham Young University Honors String Quartet 

Octet in E-flat Major, op. 20 Felix Mendelssohn 

(1809-1847) 

Brigham Young University and University of Utah Honors Quartets 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

GOLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

LaDON LINDE, percussion 
ROBERT BARRETT, clarinet 

Students of Ron Brough and David Randall 

Assisted by: 

John Frauzel, piano 



1 n 



JUNIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, April 5, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



March, from Eight Pieces for Four Timpani Elliott Carter 

(1908- ) 

Fantasia and Rondo Carl Maria von Weber 

(1786-1826) 

Mayflower Bill Molenhof 

(1952- ) 

Premiere rapsodie Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 

Two Mexican Dances for Marimba Gordon Stout 

(1951- ) 
Allegro- -Maestoso festivo 
Allegro 



Pas de deux Armand Russell 

(1932- ) 
I. Prologue and March 
II. 
III. Scherzo 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 



COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS 

AND 

COMMUNICATIONS 

presents 

BYU MENS CHORUS 
Mack Wilberg, conductor 

BYU WOMEN'S CHORUS 
Sandefur Schmidt, conductor 




8:00 p.m. 
Friday, April 5, 1985 
Provo Tabernacle 



PROGRAM 

Come, O Thou King of Kings Arr. Merrill Bradshaw 

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross Arr. Gilbert Martin 

BYU Men's Chorus 
Dwight M. Ostergaard, accompanist 

Lord, Hear Our Prayer, from Otello Giuseppe Verdi-Huguelet 

A Carol Ernst Bacon 

BYU Women's Chorus 
Elan McMahan, accompanist 

Rabboni (An Easter Canata) Robert P. Manookin 

(Composed under a commission from the Barlow Endowment for Music 

Composition at Brigham Young University) 

Parley Belnap, organ 

Tim Brewster, tenor 

Rebecca Wilberg, soprano 

Clayne Robison, baritone 

Introduction: Dawn of the Third Day 

Recitative: Now in the Place 

Women's Chorus: Bring Aloes and Myrrh 

Recitative: Very Early in the Morning 

Mixed Chorus: Awake and Sing! 

Recitative: But Mary Stood Without 

Recitative: Women, Why Weepest Thou 

Aria: Jesus of Nazareth 

Men's Chorus: Why Seek Ye the Living Among the Dead 

Recitative: And She Turned Herself Back 

Aria: Rabboni! 

Aria: Remember How I Spake Unto You 

Mixed Chorus: Awake and Sing! 

Mixed Chorus: Let Your Hearts Rejoice 



PROGRAM NOTES 

Whenever I have read the scriptural accounts of the resurrection of our Savior Jesus Christ, 
I have been struck with the immense drama that lies behind the simple and factual words, 
especially of that glorious moment as He appears to Mary Magdalene as a resurrected being. 

Matthew mentions Mary almost in passing; Mark simply states that He "appeared first to 
Mary Magdalene . . ."; Luke, a little freer with detail, tells of "two men ... in shining gar- 
ments" appearing and asking "Why seek ye the living among the dead?" But Luke still omits 
that terrible/wonderful moment of Christ's appearing to Mary. We are indebted to John, that 
beloved and very sensitive apostle and special friend of the Lord, for preserving some of that 
electric drama that took place when the reality of the resurrection finally dawned on all of the 
loving and slow-comprehending mortal associates of Christ. 

And He appeared first to Mary Magdalene in a dramatic moment that has no equal in all of 
earth's history. He lives! "Rabboni! My Master! My Lord!" Mary's shock must have been all- 
consuming. She could not have been simply casual when her Beloved Lord (Rabboni), whom 
she so recently saw brutally crucified, stood calmly before her, a living, vital Being, and ad- 
dressed her in tenderest love. 

It is this most significant moment on which, with the aid of very able textual collaborators, 
I have focused in this Easter Canata, with music that is hopefully worthy, as well as within the 
grasp of smaller, less-trained choirs, for whom it is primarily written. 

"He lives, He lives, who once was dead. He lives, my ever-living Head." 

Robert P. Manookin 

Robert Manookin was born 12 April 1918 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He began his study of 
music at the age of eight and has studied with Frank W. Asper, Alexander Schreiner, J. Spen- 
cer Cornwall, and B. Cecil Gates. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University and received 
his master of music degree from the University of Illinois. After receiving his Ph.D. from the 
University of Utah, he accepted a position as assistant professor of music at Brigham Young 
University, where he taught music theory and composition until his call to serve a mission in 
New Zealand for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1980. 

Dr. Manookin has composed numerous works, including a piano concerto, sonatas for flute 
and for oboe, and many works for organ (three volumes of which are published as Hymn Pre- 
ludes). He has also written extensively for vocal solo. By far his largest area of interest and 
composition is choral music. His choral compositions have been sung extensively by church 
and university choirs and are frequently performed by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, both in 
concert and on their weekly broadcast. Dr. Manookin composed the music for the LDS 
Church's New Zealand Temple Pageant and special music used in the dedication of the Orson 
Hyde Memorial Gardens in Jerusalem in 1979. 

Dr. Manookin is married to Helen Haugan and is the father of nine children. 



THE BARLOW ENDOWMENT FOR MUSIC COMPOSITION was established at Brig- 
ham Young University in 1983 by Milton A. Barlow and his wife Gloria. The income from 
their gift is devoted to the encouragement and support of excellence in music composition. As 
a part of its activity, the Endowment sponsors an international competition each year. This 
year's competition is for choral music. This will be followed in rotation by music for wind 
symphony, chamber ensemble, and orchestra. The Barlow Endowment also sponsors Education 
Grants at Brigham Young University, Barlow Commissions of major composers and per- 
forming groups, and a program to assist LDS composers. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



BYU HONORS STRING QUARTET 

Mark Taylor, violin Nancy Call, viola 

James Waite, violin Julie Bennett, cello 

with 

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HONORS QUARTET 

Shannon Hanks, violin Kathleen Foster, viola 

Michael Kelly, violin Audrey Terry, cello 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, April 5, 1985 

Mads en Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Quartet in B-flat Major, K. 172 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro spiritoso 
Adagio 

Menuetto--Trio 
Allegro assai 

University of Utah Honors Quartet 

String Quartet No. 3, op. 22 Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 
Fugato: Sehr langsame Viertel 
Schnelle Achtel: Sehr energisch 
Ruhige Viertel: Stets fliessend 
Massig schnelle Viertel 
Rondo: Gemachlich und mit Grazie 

Brigham Young University Honors String Quartet 

Octet in E-flat Major, op. 20 Felix Mendelssohn 

(1809-1847) 
Allegro moderato ma con fuoco 
Andante 

Scherzo: Allegro leggierissimo 
Presto 

Brigham Young University and University of Utah Honors Quartets 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



MUSIC AT MIDDAY 



Jacob Bos, coordinator 



12:10 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Fantasie in F Minor Johann Ludwig Krebes 

Darrell Stubbs, oboe 
Parley Belnap, organ 



A Carol Ernst Bacon 

BYU Women's Chorus 
Sandefur Schmidt, conductor 
Elan McMahan, accompanist 



Come, Thou King of Kings arr. Merrill Bradshaw 

BYU Men's Chorus 
Mack Wilberg, conductor 
Dwight Ostergaard, accompanist 



Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise Robert Leaf 

Lamb of God Ludwig Lenel 

Spring Song Linda Steen Spevacek 

Duetto Buffo Di Due Gatti Gioacchino Rossini 

(Comic Duie for Two Cats) 

BYU Children's Chorus 
Marlene Bachedler, conductor 
Marcia Johnson Skousen, accompanist 



Choral Prelude "Sleepers, Awake!" Bach-Ormandy 

Allegro deciso George Frederick Handel 

Symphony Orchestra 
David Dalton, conductor 

Awake and Sing! from Rabboni Robert Manookin 

Combined Women and Men's Chorus 
Mack Wilberg, conductor 
Parley Belnap, organ 

Christ the Lord is Risen Today ,..,.., arr. David N. Johnson 

Combined Chorus, Audience, 
Beehive Brass Quintet, and Organ 
Mack Wilberg, conductor 



Christ the Lord is ris'n today, 

Alleluia! 

Sons of wen and angels say, 

Alleluia! 

Raise your joys and truimphs high; 

Alleluia! 

Sing, ye heav'ns and earth reply, 

Alleluia! 



Love's redeeming work is done, 

Alleluia! 

Fought the fight, the victory won 

Alleluia! 

Jesus 'agony is o'er. 

Allelulia! 

Darkness veils the earth no more. 

Alleluia! 



(continued on back) 



3 

Lives again our glorious King; 

Alleluia! 

Where, O death, is now thy sting? 

Alleluia! 

Once he died our souls to save; 

Alleluia! 

Where they victory, O grave? 

Alleluia! 



Friday, April 5, 1985 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



BULLOCK VOCAL AWARDS 
RECITALS 



5:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. 

Friday, February 1, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 
(5:30 p.m.) 

Nessun Dorma, from Turandot Giacomo Puccini 

(1858-1924) 
Marcus Arbizu 

Una furtiva lagrima, from L'Elisir d' amove Gaetano Donizetti 

(1797-1848) 
Tim Brewster 

Czardas , from Die Fledermaus Johann Strauss 

(1825-1899) 
Martha Diaz 

Vissi d'arte, from Tosoa Giacomo Puccini 

Robin Famsley 

Befreit, from FUnf Liedev, op. 39 Richard Strauss 

(1864-1949) 
Annette Frazier 

Vesti la giubba, from Pagliaeoi Ruggero Leoncavallo 

(1857-1919) 
Keith Furrows 

In Native Worth and Honor Clad, 

from Die Sehdpfung, Hob .XXI/2 Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
James Murphy 

Ombra mai fu, from Serse George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Revenge Timotheus Cries, from 

Alexander r s Feast George Frideric Handel 

David Warner 

Adieu, forets, from Orleans kaya deva Pyotr II 'yich Tchaikovsky 

(1840-1893) 
Martha West 

One or more of the participants on this recital may be asked to sing 
again for the final recital at 8:00 p.m.. Participants on this recital 
have been asked to limit their performance to four minutes only. 



PROGRAM 
(8:00 p.m.) 

^Ach, ich fuhls, from Die Zauherfl'dte Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Carol Ann Allred 

Domiro sol , from Don Carlos Giuseppe Verdi 

(1813-1901) 
Drinking Traditional German- -Northcote 

Barry Bounous 

Si mes vers avaient des ailes, from 

Premier volume de 20 melodies Reynaldo Hahn 

(1875-1947) 
Der holle Rache, from Die Zauherfl'dte Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Cheri Hancock 

Amour viens aider, from Samson et Dalila, 

op. 47 Camille Saint-Saens 

(1835-1921) 

Seguidilla, from Carmen Georges Bizet 

(1838-1875) 
Terri McKay 

Must the Winter Come So Soon, from 

Vanessa^ op . 32 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 
mio Fernando, from La favorite Gaetano Donizetti 

Katrina Millet 

Io anchio la virtu magica, from 

Don Pasquale Gaetano Donizetti 

To One Who Passed Whistling 

Through the Night , Cecil Armstrong Gibbs 

(1889-1966) 
Lynette Owens 

Sure on This Shining Night, 

from Four Songs > op. 13 Samuel Barber 

Paradiso, from L 'Africaine Giacomo Meyerbec r 

(1791-1864) 
Ken Shelley 



II lacerato spirito, from 

Simon Boooanegra Giuseppe Verdi 

Ms Bublein klein, from 

Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor Otto Nicolai 

(1810-1849) 
Michael Wadsworth 

D'amor sul f alii rosee, from 

It Trovatore Giuseppe Verdi 

Sin tu amor Miguel Sandoval 

(1903-1953) 
Kath van de Graaff 

Verrat, op. 105, no. 5 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 

Streite, Siege, from Cantata BWV 62 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Peter van de Graaff 

Si pub, from Pagliaoci Ruggero Leoncavallo 

Jon Linford 

(*Former Bullock Award Winners [not eligible for this year's award] 
have been asked to sing one number only for your enjoyment.) 

Recital ists have been asked to sing two contrasting numbers 
(seven minutes total) . One student will be selected for the Bullock 
Award for the 1985-86 school year. Others who are deemed to have 
reached "Young Professional" proficiency may be awarded full tuition 
performance awards or half tuition for "Strong University Soloists." 
Awards will be announced after panel deliberation following the recital 
We appreciate our permanent panel of judges- -the voice faculty- -as well 
as guest judges, members of the Bullock family, and especially Glade 
Peterson, General Director of the Utah Opera Company, and Lila Stuart, 
Professor of Voice at Stanford University, who has spent this week help- 
ing to prepare our singers for this recital. She and her accompanist, 
Josephine Gandolfi, will be presenting a recital tomorrow evening, 
February 2, at 8:00 p.m. here in the Recital Hall. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

MARK H. PETERSON, composition 

Student of David H. Sargent and Merrill K. Bradshaw 



in 



SOPHOMORE RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Monday, April 8, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

And the Instruments Shall Also Dance 

Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 
Gigue 

Sharon Aldous, flute Cheryl White, violin 

Vera Loveless, oboe Leeann Jolley, violin 

Jacquelyn Parry, clarinet JoAnne Rust, viola 

Stephen Bennett, bassoon Carolyn Cluff, viola 

Stuart Strauss, cello 

All Creatures of Our God and King (Francis of Assisi) 

Mark H. Peterson, piano 

Social (In) Security 

Past (Joy Anxious Joy) 
Present (Waltz of the Numbers) 
Future (Coming of a Better Way) 

LoraLee Day, flute JoAnne Rust, viola 

John Tran, violin Margaret Gardner, cello 

Carolyn Holm, violin Mark H. Peterson, piano 

Thoughts of a Wayward CD* 

Keith Bradshaw, french horn Randy Kartchner, DX-7 

Mark H. Peterson, compact disc player 

*Special thanks to Toto 

INTERMISSION 



I Need Thee Every Hour (Hawkes-Lowry) 



Soprano I 
Cathleen Barney 
Melonie Paulson 
Sherie North 
Sandie Schrakenburg 

Alto I 
Janice Smith 
Connie Larson 
Raelyn Cox 
Katie Conroy 



Soprano II 
Diane Eckery 
Annette Harrison 
Kristi Jenkins 
Christine Mead 

Alto II 

Becky Woodworth 
Diane Arrington 
Marci Mcintosh 
Melissa Davis 
Jannette Goodman 
Lisa Bowen 



Sunset 

Soprano 

Ruth Christensen 

Lynnette Owens 

Tenor 

Karl Ebelin 

Mark H. Peterson 



Alto 

Michelle Lindgren 

Lora Lee Thompson 

Bass 

Dan Curriden 

Barry Goldberg 



Behold, I Am a Man 

Mark McDonnell, tenor Mark H. Peterson, piano 

Toccata: The Thief, the Master, and the Lord 

David Ralphs, organ 

When There Is Love at Home 

Inspiration 

On Obtaining Mercy 

Mark H. Peterson, piano 



Look to God and Live 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

DAVID CHRISTENSEN, piano 

Student of Paul Pollei 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Monday, April 8, 1985 

Mads en Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in A Minor, K. 310 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro maestoso 

Andante cantabile con espressione 
Presto 



Sonata for Piano (1926) B£la Barttfk 

(1881-1945) 
Allegro 

Sostenuto e pesante 
Allegro molto 



INTERMISSION 



Etude -tableaux in E-flat Minor, 

op. 39, no. 5 Sergey Rakhmaninov 

(1873-1943) 
Etude-tableaux in D Minor, op. 39, no. 8 Sergey Rakhmaninov 

Etude- tableaux in C Minor, op. 39, no. 1 Sergey Rakhmaninov 



Sonata in B Minor, op. 58 Fr6d6ric Chopin 

(1810-1849) 
Allegro maestoso 
Molto vivace 
Largo 
Presto non tanto 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

SHARALYN STEERE, piano 

Student of Robert Smith 

Assisted by: 
Robert Smith, piano 



in 



PREPARATORY RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, April 27, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Prelude and Fugue in D Minor, from 

Das Wohltempevivte Clavier , BWV 875. . . . .Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Sonata in D Major, K. 576 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegretto 



Ballade in F Major, op. 38 Fre*de*ric Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

INTERMISSION 



Twenty-four Preludes, op. 11 Alexander Skiyabin 

(1872-1915) 
No. 1: Vivace 
No. 2: Allegretto 
No. 4: Lento 
No. 6: Allegro 



Nocturne (Homage to John Field) , op. 33 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 

Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major, op. 26 Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 
Andante *- Allegro 

Mr. Smith, second piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JULIE BENNETT, cello 

Student of Julie Zumsteg 

Assisted by: 

Elan McMahan, -piano 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Saturday, May 4, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Variations in E-flat Major on M Bei Mannern, welche 
Liebe fuhlen" from Die Zauberflote, 

Wo046 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 



Sonate fur Violoncello solo, op. 25, no. 3 Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 
Lebhaft, sehr markiert 
Massig schnell, Gemachlich 
Langsam 

Lebhafte Viertel 
Massig schnell 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, op. 6 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 
Allegro ma non troppo 
Adagio- -Presto- -Di nuovo adagio 
Allegro appassionato 



Hungarian Rhapsody, op. 68 David Popper 

(1843-1913) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

and Composers Guild International 

Presents 



MERRILL BRADSHAW 

'Composer of the Year" 



in 



A RECITAL OF HIS OWN MUSIC 



8:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, May 21, 1985 

Mads en Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Fantasy for Clarinet and Piano (1983) 

Alan Portzline, clarinet Dan Perkins, piano 

Love and Death: Four Elizabethan Lyrics (1981) 
The Constant Lover (Suckling) 
That Time of Year (Shakespeare) 
Hymn to God the Father (Donne) 

Donna Dal ton, soprano 
David Dal ton, viola 
Elizabeth Thomas son, piano 

INTERMISSION 

Foretaste for String Quartet (1984) 

The Deseret String Quartet 

Percy Kalt and Barbara Williams, violins 
David Dal ton, viola 
Julie Bevan Zumsteg, cello 

Three Pieces from Ten Introspections on the Christ (1985)* 
Pieta 
Wonderful 
Manger Scene 

Merrill Bradshaw, piano 

Two Choruses from The Restoration (1973) 
Lord, I Would Hear Thy Word 
And the Kingdom 

University Chorale 
Mack Wilberg, conductor 

*Premiere performance 



A reception will be held in room E-400 immediately following the 
recital . 



BR1GHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JACQUELINE BENNETT, piano 

Student of Robert Smith 



in 



JUNIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, May 24, 1985 

Mads en Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in B-flat Major Baldassare Galuppi 

(1706-1785) 

Toccata in D Minor Baldassare Galuppi 



Sonata quasi una fantasia in E-flat Major, 

op . 27 , no . 1 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Andante- -Allegro 
Allegro molto e vivace 
Adagio con espressione- -Allegro vivace 



INTERMISSION 

Etude in A- flat Major, op. 25, no. 1 Fr6d6ric Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

Etude in F Minor, op. 25, no. 2 Fr&teric Chopin 

Etude in A- flat Major, op. posthumous Fr£d6ric Chopin 



Piano Sonata Richard Cumming 

(1928- ) 

Allegro deciso 

Scherzo 

Andante 

Passacaglia: Allegro molto moderato 



BR1GHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

KENNETH L. SHELLEY, tenor 

Student of Robert Downs 
Assisted by: 



Gretchen Hubbert, piano 
David Christensen, piano 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Friday, May 29, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



I 



Quella barbara catena Francesco Ciampi 

(ca.l690-a£ter 1764) 

Se meritar potessi Domenico Bruni 

Un guardo volgi a me Benedetto Marcello 

(1686-1739) 
Miss Hubbert, piano 

II 

Six: Songs, op. 7 Johannes Brahms 

T • u (1833-1897) 

Treue Liebe v J 

Parole 

Anklange 

Volkslied 

Die Trauernde 

Heimkehr 

Miss Hubbert, piano 

III 

Histoires naturelles (1906) Maurice Ravel 

(1875-1937) 
Le paon 

Le grillon 

Le cygne 

Le martin-pecheur 

La pintade 

Mr. Chris tensen, piano 

IV 

Sure on This Shining Night, op. 13, no. 3 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 

Ave Maria Charles Gounod 

(1818-1893) 

My Li£e ! s Delight, from 

Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, op. 12, no. 2 Roger Quilter 

(1877-1953) 

Mr. Christensen, piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

ROWENA GREENWOOD, soprano 

Student of Robert Downs 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



8:00 p.m. 

Thursday, May 30, 1985 

Madsen Recital Flail 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Music for a While, from Oedipus Henry Purcell 

(ca. 1659-1695) 
What Can We Poor Females Do Henry Purcell 

Let Me Wander Not Unseen George Frideric Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Or Let the Merry Bells Ring Round George Frideric Handel 

* * * 

Va godendo, from Serse George Frideric Handel 

del mio dolce ardor Christoph Willibald von Gluck 

(1714-1787) 
Fiero costume Giovanni Legrenzi 

(1626-1690) 

* * * 

Vergebliches Standchen, op. 84, no. 4 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 

Verborgenheit, from M'drike Lieder, no. 12 Hugo Wolf 

(1860-1903) 

Zueignung, op. 10, no. 1 Richard Strauss 

(1864-1949) 

* * * 

Ain't It a Pretty Night, from Susannah Carlisle Floyd 

(1926- ) 

INTERMISSION 

Reve d f amour, op. 5, no. 2 Gabriel Faure* 

(1845-1924) 
Au cimetiere , op . 51 , no . 2 Gabriel Faure* 

Sequidille, from Trois milcdies Manuel de Falla 

(1876-1946) 

* * * 

Sleep Now, op. 10, no. 2 Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 

1 Hear an Army, op. 10, no. 3 Samuel Barber 

The Daisies , op . 2 , no . 1 Samuel Barber 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

BRENDA ROBINSON, piano 

Student of Doug Humpherys 



in 



STUDENT RECITAL 



5:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, June 5, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



French Suite No. 5 in G Major, BWV 816 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 
Gavotte 
Bourree 
Loure 
Gigue 



Suite: Pour le Piano Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 

Prelude 

Sarabande 

Toccata 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata No. 15 in D Major, op. 28, 

*Pastoral v . Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Allegro 
Andante 

Scherzo and Trio: Allegro Vivace 
Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo 



Ballade, op. 46 .Samuel Barber 

(1910-1981) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JOHN CHAMBERLAIN, percussion 
Student of Ron Brough 



Assisted by: 

Miriam Jennings, flute 
Ron Brough, percussion 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Thursday, June 6, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Prisms for Flute and Marimba Robert Kreutz 

(1922- ) 
With simple expression 
Attaca 
Folklike 

Driving, energetic- -Lyric and expressive 
As fast as possible 

The Love of L'Histoire Charles DeLancy 

(1948- ) 

Music of the Day Bill Molenhof 

(1952- ) 

Three Dances for Solo Snare Drum Warren Benson 

(1924- ) 

Cretan Dance 
Fox Trot 
Fandango 

Samba Murry Houllif 

(1947- ) 

Conversations for Timpani John Serry, Jr. 

(1940- ) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

ALAN L. PORTZLINE, clarinet 
Student of David Randall 

Assisted by: 

Diana Port z line, piano 
Clayton Williams, piano 
Dan Perkins, piano 
Julie Bennett, cello 
Katrina Millett, soprano 

in 

SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Friday, June 7, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



Program 



Duo, op. 15 Norbert Burgmiiller 

(1810-1836) 
Allegro 
Larghetto 
Allegro 

Diana Portzline, piano 

Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, op. 129 Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 
Andantino 
Allegretto 

Katrina Millett, soprano 
Clayton Williams, piano 

Fantasy for Clarinet and Piano Merrill Bradshaw 

(1929- ) 
Dan Perkins, piano 



INTERMISSION 



Fantasie Harald Genzmer 

(1909- ) 
Adagio 
Vivace molto 
Lento e rubato 
Presto, sempre con fantasia 

Trio in A Minor, op. 114 Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 
Allegro 
Adagio 

Andantino grazioso 
Allegro 

Diana Portzline, piano 
Julie Bennett, cello 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

GRETCHEN HUBBERT, piano 

Student of Paul C. Pollei 



in 



SENIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Saturday, June 8, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Valses nobles et sentimentales Maurice Ravel 

(1875-1937) 



Kreisleriana, op. 16 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
Aussert bewegt 
Sehr innig und nicht zu rasch--sehr lebhaft-- 

etwas bewegter--langsamer--adagio--erstes tempo 
Sehr aufgeregt 
Sehr langsam 
Sehr lebhaft 
Sehr langsam 
Sehr rasch 
Schnell und spiel end 

INTERMISSION 



Variations on a Theme of Corelli, op. 42 Sergey Rakhmaninov 

(1873-1943) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 



Department of Music 



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Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



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Zorah, a professional 
bridesmaid 
Ruth, a professional 
bridesmaid 
Dame Hannah, Rose 
Maybud's spinster aunt 
Rose Maybud, a 
sweet village maiden 
^ Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd,* 
(disguised as Robin 
Oakapple, a young farmer) 
Old Adam Goodheart, 
Robin r s and Ruthven 's 
faithful servant 
Richard Dauntless, 
Robin 's foster brother 
and "best" friend 
Mad Margaret, a 
very distracted and 
somewhat mad lady 
Sir Despard Murgatroyd, 
Ruthven r s real brother 
H and present baronet 
;! Sir Roderic Murgatroyd, 
a ghost and previous 
baronet of Ruddigore 



o Chorus of Bridesmaids 



(in order of appearance) 
June 6, 8, 11 
Carla Pratt 



Amy Bryson 
Ruth Christensen 
Stephanie Hills Asay 
Dennis Todd 



June 7, 12 
Mary McClelland 

Laura Mosher 

Lori Day 

Pennie Peterson 

Dennis Todd 



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Peter van de Graaff Peter van de Graaff 



James Murphy 



Kate Jensen 



Jay Thompson 



John Hansen 



Amy Bryson 

Ruth Christensen 

Lori Day 

Mindy Larkin 

Barbara Marley 

Lisa Marsh 

Laura Mosher 

Mary McClelland 

Janet Ottesen 

Tais Peterson 

Carla Pratt 

* according to Gilbert 5 Sullivan, 

is pronounced "Riven". 



'Ruthven" 



Marcus Arbizu 



Lila Burrie 



Jay Thompson 



Matt Bean 



Men ! s Chorus/Ancestors 

Marty Anderson 
James Facer 
Daryl Hague 
Stephen C. Heidt 
Shawn Hoopes 
Brian C. Johnson 
Russell Trueman Johnson 
Glenn Marble 
Mark McDonnell 
Clayne Robison, Jr. 
Douglas Savage 
John Simmons 



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the village. The picture gallery. It is one 
week later. 




ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL 



David Dal ton, conductor 
Dan Perkins, assistant conductor 



Violin I 

Mark Taylor, concertmaster 

Jean Hill 

Ann Morrell 

Laurie 01 sen 

Suzanne Ostler 

Violin II 

Karen Hales, principal 

Jana Bunnell 

Helene Kepas 

DeeAnn Loomis 

Linda Watkins 

Viola 

Nancy Call, principal 
Carol Sue Ettinger 
Lee Ann Jolley 
Tracy Owens 





Cello 

Julie Bennett, principal 

Cheryl Ann Call 

Joan Kaufman 

Monika Rosborough 

Bass 

Eric Hansen, prijxcipal 

David Johnson 



Flute /Piccolo 
Cecilia Ballard 
Vivian Harmer 
Becky Lowe 

Oboe 

Vera Loveless 

Carol Wagstaff 



English Horn 
David Lines 

Clarinet 

Alan Port z line 

Cynthia Paine 

Bassoon 

Kathy Chamberlain 

Jane Sylvester 

Horn 

Keith Bradshaw 
Bill Highlands 
Scott Walker 
Kurt Cundick 

Trumpet 
Tracy Steffel 
David Fullmer 

Trombone 
Michael Bennett 
Rene Guiterrez 

Timpani 
Keeley Wolsey 

Percussion 
Morey Day 





pre~opera concert 

Chamber Music Serenade 
7:30 p.m. 

Soloists and numbers to be announced. 

Serenade by BYU Spring Symphony 
8:00 p.m. 

David Dal ton, conductor 
Dan Perkins, assistant conductor 

The program will be selected from the following 
repertoire and announced the evening of the 
performance. 



Concerto for Organ in F Major, op. 41V. 

Allegro 
Andante 
Adagio 
Allegro 



.George Frideric Handel 
(1685-1759) 



David Chamberlain, organ 



Anatol Liadov 
(1855-1914) 




Eight Russian Folk Songs 

Religious Chant 
Christmas Carol 
Plaintive Song 
Humorous Song 
Legend of the Birds 
Cradle Song 
Round Dance 
Village- -Dance Song 

Overture to The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) Felix Mendelssohn 

(1809-1847) 
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 4 in D Major, 

K. 218 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro (Kyshana Lowe, Mark Taylor, soloists) 
Andante cantabile (Angela Olpin, Laurie Olsen. soloists) 
Rondeau: Andante grazioso- -Allegro ma non troppo 
(Karen Hales, Jenny Oaks, soloists) 




Production Staff 




Director. M. Christensen Heppinstall 

Assistant Director Michael Thorstensen 

Producer Clayne Robison 

Conductor David Dalton (June 6,7,11), Dan Perkins (June 8,12) 

Musical Director and Chorus Master Dan Perkins 

Choreographers Steve Gray, Colleen Hawkes 

Rehearsal Accompanists John Simmons , Dwight Ostergaard 

Technical Director Bruce Duerden 

Production stage manager Lori Gray Lindsey 

Scenic/Lighting designer Donald Steward 

Costume designer Dixie Crystal 

Costumer Sandy Gray 

Dialect Coach Kim Fantetti 

Technical Crew Performance Services 

Publicity Maria Ellis 

Publicity photographer Mark Philbrick 

Box office Paul Duerden 

Poster design Kelly Boren 

Video Samuel Carr 

Special thanks to Samuel Carr, Pennie V. Peterson, Lila Burrie, 
and John Simmons. 



Please, no photographs or recording may be made during the performance 
unless special arrangement has previously been made. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

JUDY FLETCHER, violin 
Student of Barbara Williams 

Assisted by: 

Jayne Galloway, piano 



m 



PREPARATORY RECITAL 



4:00 p.m. 

Friday, June 15, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Adagio 
Presto 

Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Hob. VIIa/1 Franz Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Allegro moderato 
Adagio 
Presto 

Sonata No. 2, op. 31 Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 
Leicht bewegte Viertel 
Ruhig bewegte Achtel 
Gemachliche Viertel 
Funf Variationen liber das Lied, Komm, lieber Mai v. Mozart 

Introduction et tarantelle, op. 43 Pablo de Sarasate 

(1844-1908) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

LAURA BARRUS, piano 
Student of Richard Anderson 

Assisted by: 
Becky Leung, piano 



in 



SOPHOMORE RECITAL 



4:00 p.m. 

Monday, June 17, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Toccata in E Minor, BWV 914 Johann Sebastian Bach 

Moderate (1685-1750) 

Un poco allegro 

Adagio 

Fuga 

Sonata No. 3 in A Minor, op. 28 Sergey Prokofiev 

(1891-1953) 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata in C Major, K. 330 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro moderato 
Andante cantabile 
Allegretto 

Piano Concerto in A Minor, op. 54 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
Allegro affettuoso 

Becky Leung, second piano 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

BEVERLY MORGAN, piano 

Student of Robert Smith 



UL 

FRESHMAN RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 
Tuesday, June 18, 1985 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



English Suite No. 2 in A Minor, BWV 807 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Prelude 
Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 
Bourr6e 1 and II 

Gigue 

Sonata No. 24 in F- sharp Major, op. 78 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Adagio- -Allegro ma non troppo 
Allegro- -Vivace 



INTERMISSION 



Ballade in A- flat Major, op. 47 Fr6d6ric Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

Small Suite for Piano Arlen L. Card 

(1961- ) 
Dark Caprice 
Grief 

Toccata, op. 15 Robert Muczynski 

(1929- ) 

Suggestion diabolique, op. 4, no. 4. .Sergey Prokofiev- -Mirschfield 

(1891-1953) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 
KENT HAKARI, trumpet 

Assisted by: 

Jayne Galloway, piano 
Robert Peterson, trumpet 
David Fullmer, trumpet 
Mark Amnions, trombone 
Kevin Denison, tuba 

in 

GRADUATION RECITAL IN MUSIC EDUCATION 



6:00 p.m. 
Friday, June 14, 1985 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonata for Trumpet and Piano Kent Wheeler Kennan 

Movement I: With strength and vigor I " J 

Jayne Galloway, piano 

Rondeau. Jean- Joseph Mouret--King 

(1682-1738) 

The Entertainer Scott Joplin- -Frackenpohl 

(1868-1917) 

Robert Peterson, trumpet Kent Hakari, horn 
David Fullmer, trumpet Mark Ammons, trombone 

Kevin Denison, tuba 



Symphony No. 1 Kent Hakari 

Introduction and Allegro 

Andante 

Scherzo prestissimo 

Allegro maestoso 

Concerto for Trumpet in E-flat Major Kent Hakari 

Allegro 

Adagio 

Allegro 

Chamber Orchestra 
Laurie Olsen, conductor 



CHAMBER ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL 



Violin I 

Michael Hendricks en 

Suzanne Ostler 

Paul Abegg 

Amy Jacob 

Violin II 
Laurie 01 sen 
Derek Gibb 
Diane Thomas 
Dianne Lewis 

Viola 

Nancy Call 
Tracy Owens 
Michelle Bash 
Carol Dalrymple 

Cello 

Julie Bennett 
Monika Rosborough 
Ipo Sing 

Bass 

Eric Hansen 

Todd Far r is 



Flute 

Vivian Harmer 

Oboe 

Vera Loveless 

B-flat Clarinet 
Lora Sorensen 

Bassoon 

Jane Sylvester 

J. Mark Smith 

Horn 

Linda Seamons 

David Fullmer 

Trumpet 
Kurt Hayes 

Trombone 

J. Mark Ammons 

Timpani 

Mary Shambaugh 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 



UNIVERSITY CHORALE 

Mack Wilberg, conductor 



8:00 p.m. 

Friday, June 14, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

I 

Magnificat in B-flat Major Giovanni Pergolesi 

(1710-1736) 
Magnificat anijna mea Dominum 
Deposuit potentes de sede 
Gloria Patri 

My soul doth magnify the Lord 

And my spirit doth rejoice in God my Savior. 

For He hath regarded the lowliness of His handmaiden: 

for behold, henceforth all generations shall 

call me blessed. 
He has put down the mighty from their seats, and 

exalted the humble and meek. 
He has filled the hungry with good things, and the 

rich He has sent empty away. 
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the 

Holy Ghost. 
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be; 

world without end, Amen. 

II 

Two Choruses from The Restoration Merrill Bradshaw 

(1929- 1 
And in the Days of These Kings * ' 

And the Kingdom 

III 

Psalm 86 Gustav Hoist 

w u i a +• + (1874-1934) 

Michael Austin, tenor v 

Short Festival Te Deum Gustav Hoist 

IV 
Dance, Gal , Gimne the Banjo Robert De Cormier 

Riddle Song from Fancies John Rutter 

liava Neytzey B'Machol Israeli Folk Song, 

arr. Maurice Goldman 



PERSONNEL 



Violin I 
Mark Taylor 
James Waite 
LeeArm Jolley 
Suzanne Ostler 

Viola 
Nancy Call 



Timpani 

John Chamberlain 

Solo Quartet 
Lynnette Owens 
Lila Burrie 
Mark Ammons 
Jon Sedgwick 



Cello 

Julie Bennett 

Bass 

Eric Hansen 



Accompanists 
Dwight Ostergaard 
Kathy Brewer 



Organ 

Kelvin Smith 
Julie Farmer 

Oboe 

Vera Loveless 

Flute 

Vivian Harmer 



Harp 

Janet Bensing 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

STUART STRAUSS, cello 
Student of Julie Zumsteg 

Assisted by: 
Jackie Bennett, piano 



in 



JUNIOR RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Monday, June 17, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Prelude 
Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 
Bourree 
Gigue 



Cello Concerto in C Major, Hob. VIIb/I Joseph Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Moderato 
Adagio 
Allegro molto ■ 



Apres un reve, op. 7, no. 1 Gabriel Faure* 

C1845-19241 



Requiebros Gaspar Cassado 

(1897-1966) 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Department of Music 

Presents 

MARTHA POWLEY, violin 

Student of Barbara Williams 

Assisted by: 

Ellen Powley, piano 



in 



PREPARATORY RECITAL 



6:00 p.m. 

Monday, August 12, 1985 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



II cimento dell'arrnonia e dell'inventione 

concevti, op. 8, no. 3, "L'autunno" Antonio Vivaldi 

(1678-1741) 
Allegro 
Adagio molto 
Allegro 



Sinfonia: Adagio, from Cantata, BWV 156, 

Ich steh mit einem Fuss im Grabe Johann Sebastian Bach-- 

Wier 
(1685-1750) 

Concerto in G Major for Violin, 

K. 216 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

(1756-1791) 
Allegro 
Adagio 
Rondeau: Allegro 



Pavane pour une infante dgfunte Maurice Ravel- -Kochanski 

(1875-1937) 



Liebesfreud Fritz Kreisler 

(1875-1962) 

Liebeslied Fritz Kreisler 

Schon Rosmarin Fritz Kreisler 



Millionaire 1 s Hoedown Herman Clebanoff 

(1917- )